200 George StreetInterpretive facades at 200 George Street

 

Year 2016
Disciplines Interpretation, Hoarding
Client Mirvac
Team FJMT, GML Heritage

The temporary interpretive heritage hoarding that Deuce designed as a facade for construction works done for the new Mirvac building at 200 George Street, feature stories of a changing Sydney.

The large format, permanent interpretive panels along Underwood Street tell some of the stories of the site. A rich collection of historical maps, photographs and newspaper articles, combined with archaeological excavation, revealed many intriguing stories of a vastly different landscape and place. Several of these stories are featured in these display cases along the Underwood Street frontage of the new building at 200 George Street. Content development and concept design of the glass panels by GML, design development by Deuce Design.