MUSEUMS + EXHIBITIONS
ANZAC INTERPRETIVE CENTRE
Albany, Western Australia
2012 – 2013
3-D Projects were the exhibition designers and curators for the Anzac Interpretive Centre that was commissioned to commemorate the centenary of Anzac.
The AIC comprises a purpose-built museum and extensive landscape interpretive works overlooking King Georges Sound where the first Anzac troopship convoy assembled and departed in November 1914.
The AIC exhibitions employ poignant WW1 artefacts and imagery, powerful interior architecture and sophisticated multimedia delivery systems that explore the extraordinary and tragic story of Australia’s involvement in WWI.