For Monash University, Clayton Campus
About This Project
Monash University Clayton undertook a major revitalisation of the beloved 1960s Alexander Theatre, with additional construction of a new Sound Gallery and Jazz club to create a new state-of-the-art performance precinct — reborn as the Ian Potter Centre for Performing Arts. The ambitious project introduced improved accessibility throughout the venue, world-class sound performance, lighting equipment upgrades and an automated stage flying system.
As signage and wayfinding designers for the project, MASS developed solutions which support the Monash brand, while also being architectually-relevant and user-oriented. We provided comprehensive support for the University's project signage from conception to completion; assisting with design and specification of regulatory and base building signage, a carefully tailored wayfinding sign system, branded identification signage, and restoration of the original 1967 Eggleston MacDonald Secomb flyover signage.
We're proud of our contributions to this ambitious redevelopment, and our role in shaping, and improving visitor experience throughout the venue.
- Architecture: Peter Elliott Architecture + Urban Design
- Photography: Albert Comper Photography
- Team: Andrew Ireland, Joe Bland
What We Did
- Wayfinding Strategy
- Wayfinding Signage
- Building Signage
- Statutory Signage
- Glass Graphics