Collette Dinnigan Pop-up, Brisbane
Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences
To create a temporary exhibition running for only two weeks that was dynamic, would engage visitors and could be assembled in one evening.
The stars of the show were of course the dresses. To highlight this we recommended one large showcase to build presence in the open circulation space. The dynamic triangle form was a custom show case with jewel box qualities.
Pop-up displays demand smart, efficient solutions. We scaled the design to make use of full sheets of acrylic to avoid cutting. The structure is self supporting and was a kit of parts that were able to be assembled in four hours. The graphics leverage designs from the full exhibition at the Powerhouse Museum. Custom joinery for the children's activity table incorporate illustrations and patterns from fabric swatches.