Cultural & Educational

Whether conventional or innovative, cultural and educational spaces feel personal and engage every sense. Functionality and interactive features throughout these sites ultimately allow for social cohesion, as a place where different groups can come together and be empowered through information, exploration and mutual understanding. The values that are inherent to the design give these spaces a unique quality and identity that have power to transform and strengthen our communities.

PS1 — Space Exploration
Powerhouse Parramatta
Sydney, Australia

Architecture By Moreau Kusunoki & Genton Architects
2021

Hauser & Wirth Gallery
NYC, USA

Architecture By Selldorf Architects
2019

Hauser & Wirth Gallery
NYC, USA

Architecture By Selldorf Architects
2019

Hauser & Wirth Gallery
NYC, USA

Architecture By Selldorf Architects
2019

PS1 — Immersive Projection Room
Powerhouse Parramatta
Sydney, Australia

Architecture By Moreau Kusunoki & Genton Architects
2021

From schools and libraries, to museums, galleries and entertainment venues; these types of public buildings can be as varied as their use. What remains consistent is the need for vibrant and highly detailed visuals that evoke a sense of engagement and energy within the space.

Powerhouse Ultimo
Sydney, Australia

Developed for MAAS & Create NSW
2020

Art Gallery of Western Australia
Perth, Australia

Architecture By FJMT Architects
2020

University of Sydney Business School
Sydney, NSW, Australia

Architecture By Woods Bagot
2016

These developments within our communities shape the way we think about the world around us, and by its design we are primed to learn from the activities envisioned for the space.

University of Sydney Business School
Sydney, NSW, Australia

Architecture By Woods Bagot
2016

University of Sydney Business School
Sydney, NSW, Australia

Architecture By Woods Bagot
2016

Art Gallery of NSW
Sydney, Australia

Architecture By TZG Architects
2020

Art Gallery of Western Australia
Perth, Australia

Architecture By FJMT Architects
2020

The experiential power of these spaces are brought to life in our images, through a balance of practicality and imagination. Not only do they highlight the functionality of the design, but also create a sense of wonder in the possibilities.

Art Gallery of Western Australia
Perth, Australia

Architecture By FJMT Architects
2020

University of Sydney Business School
Sydney, NSW, Australia

Architecture By Woods Bagot
2016

Australian Museum
Sydney, NSW, Australia

Architecture By Hames Sharley
2016

Australian Museum
Sydney, NSW, Australia

Architecture By Hames Sharley
2016

Australian Museum
Sydney, NSW, Australia

Architecture By Hames Sharley
2016

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