3D Design and Project Management
Our director and 3D designer, Juliet Cooke, brings an ingenuity to her design that arises out of a hands-on practical background in exhibition installation and construction. Added to that she has two degrees (Art History & Interior Architectural Design) and over 25 years of experience in exhibition design and management. So the result still ingenious and resourceful, but also professional and sophisticated.
Juliet has spent plenty of time working in-house on exhibitions and has seen first hand what works, and what doesn’t. She is passionate about developing exhibitions that fully engage the visitor in an entertaining and memorable learning experience. She is also an advocate of sustainable design, not only saving the planet, but also the careful stewardship of limited museum resources.
Juliet has been the designer for The National Army Museum, Waiouru, for a decade. She has also worked with: The Nelson Provincial Museum, The Central Hawke's Bay Museum, The South Otago Museum and In Memorium, The Rotorua Museum, The Marlborough Museum, Lopdell House Gallery, The Akaroa Museum, The Govett Brewster Art Gallery, The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, The City Gallery Wellington, and various business and residential clients.
Our team can produce and manage all the usual requirements for exhibition design.
We also have a network of experienced professionals in other areas of design and production: project management, interpretive writing, film making, graphic design, computer interactive design, architecture, structural engineering, audiovisual production, sound engineering, lighting design, printing, exhibition fabrication and installation, flagmakers, sailmakers, and building trades.