Museums or Visitor Centres

Moreton Island Visitors Centre

CLIENT BRIEF The client required this popular Visitor Information Centre at Cape Moreton, Moreton Island to be refurbished. The centre had been over-run by insect infestations and severely degraded by the harsh environmental conditions. Xzibit (formally Focus Productions) was awarded the entire scope of the project, which included concept design, documentation, fabrication and installation. CREATIVITY […]

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Karawatha Forest Discovery Centre

PROJECT DESCRIPTION The Karawatha Forest Discovery Centre project involved the fitout of an Environmental Centre intended to be used for the enjoyment and educational experience of the public, including school learning opportunities. The Discovery Centre was designed to provide an innovative and engaging place for the discovery of the natural environment in a relaxed setting

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Libraries

CLIENT BRIEF Brisbane City Council required a creative and experienced team to develop themed fitouts for children’s areas in libraries. The interior and displays needed to engage children and activate their imagination through whimsical, themed design that also supported necessary library functions. After developing the design, the Xzibit (formerly Focus Productions) team fabricated and installed

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Dreamworld Yugambeh Exhibition

CLIENT BRIEF Dreamworld sought an interactive walk-through experience celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, wildlife and traditional stories. Dreamworld approached Xzibit (formally Focus Productions) with ambitious ideas, a conservative budget, a short lead-time and plans for an installation in a yet-to-be constructed building. DESIGN AND CONSTRUCT CHALLENGES Xzibit worked alongside the Dreamworld team to

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Daisy Hill Koala Centre

CLIENT BRIEF The Queensland Government required a team who could design, develop content, build and fitout a complete suite of displays in time for the Commonwealth Games. After a competitive tender process, Xzibit (formally Focus Productions) was chosen to complete the project within four months. CHALLENGES + ACHIEVEMENTS Despite a tight timeline, large team of

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STEM Central Hub

CLIENT BRIEF For the STEM Central Hub, CQ University Gladstone required an experienced team of designers and builders to deliver a state-of-the-art fitout that provides the local community with a central hub to explore and participate in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Xzibit (formally Focus Productions) was selected based on its history of successfully collaborating

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Downfall Creek Bushland Centre

CLIENT BRIEF Downfall Creek Bushland Centre recognised one of their rooms was an underutilised space and asked Xzibit (formally Focus Productions) to transform it into a special exhibit. It was decided that the displays should tell the story of the forest at dusk and dawn. Xzibit developed an interpretive concept for the client to review—including

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Charleville Cosmos Centre

CLIENT BRIEF Murweh Shire Council required a makeover of the Cosmos Centre theatre, as well as the design and install of an immersive space shuttle exhibit in an unused corridor. The Xzibit (formally Focus Productions) team was contracted to design exhibits, build displays and develop all of the audiovisual elements. CREATIVITY AND QUALITY OF DESIGN

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Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve Rainforest Discovery Centre

CLIENT BRIEF Guymer Bailey Architects were asked by the Sunshine Coast Council to collaborate with an experienced interpretive team on the renewal of the Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve. The Council expected that the interpretation would inform the building design and result in a seamless integration between the rich and engaging reserve stories and the building

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