Titanic Entrance Feature,
Melbourne Museum

Client: Museums Victoria, Melbourne, Australia

In 2010 Melbourne Museum hosted the international touring exhibition, Titanic - The Artefact Exhibition that became one of their highest-grossing exhibitions ever. The focus was on original artefacts salvaged from the Titanic, and visitors were taken on a simulated journey through that fateful night. The design saw the Titanic's bow created in forced perspective, giving the illusion of a much larger portion of the ship being present. The internal wall structure was custom designed to match on-site architecture, enabling future exhibitions to re-use the core structure.

 
 
Arterial Design Titanic Entrance Feature
Arterial Design Titanic Entrance Feature
Arterial Design Titanic Entrance Feature