We were proud to attend the opening of the Woollahra Gallery at Redleaf this week and see our wayfinding design brought to life in the new cultural hub.
Woollahra Gallery at Redleaf is Sydney’s newest public art gallery. It will include a cultural hub, which will house the Woollahra Council Artist in Residence Program and host workshops, talks, and programs for artists.
The highly anticipated opening also launched this year’s Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize exhibition. The event attracted local community and cultural leaders, council members, politicians, artists – and the BrandCulture team.
BrandCulture worked closely with Woollahra Council to create the wayfinding design to ensure it honoured the extensive history of the historic St Brigid’s building while creating an exciting new space for the community.
The wayfinding at Woollahra Gallery at Redleaf incorporates tactile signage and simple, clean design, extending throughout the site linking the gallery space and the cultural hub.
Perched above the Murray Rose Pool, overlooking Sydney Harbour in Double Bay, the 122-year old building was previously home to the Woollahra Library and has served as an arts centre, a grand family home, and the headquarters for the Royal Commission on Espionage.
Woollahra Gallery at Redleaf is a wonderful new chapter for this iconic building, and we’re thrilled to have played a role in its transformation.