Discover Entro's design approach for the wayfinding program at the Australian Museum on Archilovers.
Australia’s first museum, the Australian Museum (AM) recently underwent a major transformation resulting in redeveloped exhibition areas and expanded public spaces. The AM originally opened to the public in 1857 and has since enlightened visitors on topics ranging from climate change to First Nations knowledge to featured exhibits showcasing scientific research produced by the Australian Museum Research Institute.
Entro collaborated with the Museum and architects Neeson Murcutt + Neille and Cox Architecture to design a program that leads visitors "through with little breadcrumbs, allowing patrons to choose their own path and shape their own journey through the space".
Read more about the project here!