Thylacine is involved in the planning, design and production of exhibition, urban art, specialist fabrication and the provision of specialist art and collection services to cultural institutions. Every project is unique, and their creative response is non-formulaic. They are vibrant and innovative with design studios in Canberra and Melbourne.
They are engaged in exhibition design for national and regional art and cultural institutions including the National Gallery of Australia, the National Museum of Australia and the Australian War Memorial. Projects include Art of South East Asia and Indian Art Gallery at the National Gallery of Australia, Glorious Days –Australia 1913 at the National Museum of Australia, Rats of Tobruk 1941 at the Australian War Memorial.
Thylacine offers a full suite of design and art services. In their design department they are able to take a project all the way through from master planning, concept development and project documentation to the final stages of physical construction.
Their design process is guided by an ability to understand a project’s ‘whole-of-project-life’, allowing them to expand and develop concepts in new and challenging ways. This is always with a strong understanding of the practical and functional alongside the requirements of their clients, their audiences and their staff.
This depth of experience and expertise will ensure that the design and implementation of your project is achieved within all defined project parameters.
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