ROTTNEST ISLAND AUTHORITY
Lomas Cottage, located in the main settlement of Wadjemup/Rottnest Island, was built in 1871 for ex convict John Lomas.
Creative Spaces lead the transformative project of turning Lomas Cottage into an enchanting children’s museum.
Discus was brought in to deliver a range of engaging signage and graphics for the Island’s new mini-museum.
WHAT WE DELIVERED
We worked to Creative Spaces’ detailed signage package to deliver a range of exhibition graphics and signage.
Special consideration was given to the heritage nature of the building and the need for safe and durable signage applications for the young audience.
The signage and graphics elements included printed acrylics, hanging vinyl banners, trilobal fabric, self adhesive vinyl graphics, print direct ACM and print direct silver birch plywood.
Discus produced all of the signage items to a tight frame and organised the freight of all signage items to the island.
Our sign services team completed the installation over two days.
The revitalised Lomas Cottage is now an engaging space that ignites the imaginations of the Island’s littlest visitors.
The signage and graphics come together to create a carefully curated and considered exhibition for the young audience.
Photos supplied by Creative Spaces. Photographer Aaron Brown.