What do you get when you ask a design studio to fit out the latest RAAF operations building? Here’s a clue, it’s certainly out of the box and now features on a 10 x 8 metre cement wall.
The 92 Wing is the maritime patrol of the Royal Australian Air Force and is part of the Surveillance and Response Group. Their state of the art building has recently been completed and gthinkstudio.design is pushing the boundaries while working on the interior display features.
Using their insignia Greg has designed a mural to feature in the buildings breakout space and thanks to the talent of international street artist Rosie Woods the outcome is spectacular.
Coordination and project management by gthinkstudio.design with assistance from Juddy Roller.
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Come on in, they are located in Victor Harbor on the iconic South Coast. The team at Coastal Habitat can show you a large range of lounge, dining, bedroom, occasional and office furniture. They also stock Lift Chairs, Adjustable Beds, Homeware, Giftware, Rugs and Art.
Gthink worked with owners Henry and Deidre to create the new name and branding, developing the style and showcasing the format for advertising, business stationery, signage and their on-line presence. Launching the new business name with the “Coastal Who – New Name, Same Service” campaign at an In Store, Business Victor Harbor Network Event. The website has been built to showcase the range of products available in store.
We suggest you visit the store or call to find out more about their ever changing range, Coastal Habitat Furniture Store – Comfort, Style, Service
I am proud to have designed this striking livery for SAGE Automation and SAGE Service, the graphics application executed brilliantly by the team at Adelaide Signs.
SAGE Automation is Australia’s leading independent industrial automation and control system integrator. SAGE Service provides certainty and peace of mind for companies with leading edge technologies and critical production requirements.
In 2010 I was fortunate to work with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources – South Australian Government, to develop the Art of Nature photographic exhibition. The key requirements for the project were to construct an exhibition that met environmentally friendly expectations! Renew, Reuse, Recycle and as a result all large scale elements throughout the exhibition were constructed from recycled cardboard sheet “X-Board” supplied by Dalton Paper. The graphic components printed direct to the panel by Ochre Digital on a large format digital ink-jet printer.