Surviving Australia - Australia Museum
Australia Museum Sydney
Located in a refurbished heritage space within the Australian Museum’s historic Vernon wing, Surviving Australia tells the story of how life evolved and adapted in Australia and how it has survived or perished over the last few million years. The exhibition was designed by Sydney based designers Freeman Ryan Design and showcases some of the museum’s extensive collection of natural science specimens through a contemporary mix of interpretive design strategies, including interior architectural forms, graphics, interactive multimedia experiences, dramatic lighting, soundscapes and live animal displays.
Principal exhibition design: Freeman Ryan Design. Photography: John Gollings. Images reproduced courtesy of Australia Museum. Images are not to be reproduced without prior consent.