The Australian Museum's wayfinding program in the news

March 15, 2021


Entro's design of the wayfinding program for the Australian Museum was recently featured in Architecture & Design (Australia)!

Australia’s first museum, the Australian Museum (AM) recently underwent a major transformation resulting in redeveloped exhibition areas and expanded public spaces. Entro’s visitor journey program bridges the Museum’s heritage architecture with its contemporary addition. Featuring plantation-sourced Blackbutt timber to evoke First Nations influences; repurposed balustrades from the heritage reclamation to create bespoke signage, and best-in-class accessibility features, the whole ensures a memorable, emotional experience for all: welcoming, clear, respectful, unique, and accessible.

Read about how Entro and the project architectural practices Neeson Murcutt + Neille and COX Architecture work in tandem to produce a seamless Australian Museum experience here.