Narembeen Interpretative Signage
Narembeen is 3.5 hours drive east of Perth. The Lesser Hall has stood since 1923 and when it was to be demolished it required interpretation to preserve its history.
Working with Stephen Carrick Architects who were responsible for delivering the heritage impact (Heritage Impact Statement) of the potential demolition of the Narembeen Lesser Hall and we were tasked with designing the signage programme to deliver innovative and engaging methods to tell the building’s and the precinct’s story.
The centrepiece of the interpretation was a sculpture by local artist Jordan Spriggs of the iconic draft horse of the area in that time.