Melbourne Museum required modular temporary walls to break up its
vast spaces for exhibition purposes, and we were invited to tender
on a "knock down" system. We subsequently designed a system
that met the Museum's storage and exhibition needs, and were chosen
to construct the walls.
Our design allowed considerable flexibility of use, and was quick
and easy to erect.
We similarly became involved in developing exhibition walls for
the National Gallery of Victoria for the new Australian Art Gallery
at Federation Square, Melbourne.
The Gallery's requirements were different to those of the Museum,
in that our brief was to develop a design that suited the space
where the walls were to be employed. However, portability and
flexibility were still an important feature.