Trigger creates design and strategy for curated and branded spaces to evoke inspiring experiences.

Trigger is an interdisciplinary design group working
for the cultural, corporate and government sectors.
We undertake projects across a broad spectrum: branding/identity - creation and application, environment creation, interpretation planning and design, exhibition design, print and publication design, web and digital design. Our discerning, intuitive and refined approach allows us to create supportive and effective partnerships.

Collette Dinnigan: Unlaced

MAAS Powerhouse Museum museum environmental

Trigger collaborated with one of Australia’s iconic fashion designers, Collette Dinnigan, to create an evocative interpretive ‘world’ expressing the designer’s vision and unique point of view.

2017 Venice Biennale

Australia Council for the Arts arts branding / identity

Trigger, in association with designer Rebecca Anderson, created brand design and multi-format applications for 'Tracey Moffatt My Horizon', Australia's representation at the 2017 Venice Biennale.

Novartis Headquarters Interior

Novartis private environmental

A series of harmonious environmental and digital graphics created by Trigger, activate Sydney’s new Novartis campus for employees and visitors and reflect the key brand qualities of ‘caring and curing’.

Parramatta Park Dairy

Parramatta Park Trust government exhibition / interpretive

Trigger designed a suite of innovative interpretives to revitalise the visitor experience for Parramatta Park’s Dairy Precinct. Significantly the precinct contains one of Australia’s oldest European structures.

Entry Foyer Redevelopment

National Museum of Australia museum environmental

Our challenge was to revitalise ARM’s National Museum of Australia’s soaring, ‘football field’ sized entry space to create a compelling arrival experience befitting an institution of this stature.

Alchemy: The Lustre of Hill End

National Parks and Wildlife Service museum exhibition / interpretive

'Alchemy: The Lustre of Hill End' is a bespoke, interpretive exhibition which tells the story of Hill End and is an innovative design response to the adaptively reused RFS Fire Shed it occupies.

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