A neighbourhood-themed fitout transforms the Toowong Children’s Library into a vibrant space to capture imaginations and inspire a love of reading.
Brandi Projects are where contemporary interpretive and artistic design meet quality craftsmanship and fastidious installations. Our services are entirely overseen by experienced project managers who understand the need for a quality result. This is underpinned by the understanding of our client’s needs and respect for their stories.
Consultation & project management
Our consultation services involve careful listening and the formulation of a cohesive plan incorporating all stakeholders. We can look after your project from start to finish, ensuring your dream becomes reality on time and on budget.
- Total project management
- Full documentation
- Master Planning
- Proposal and tender preparation support services
Design & content development
Our vast experience in innovative exhibition design allows concepts to come alive in new and exciting ways. We Connect clients with experienced science communicators cultural and heritage specialists to expertly interpret information for their desired audiences. We offer a range of solutions for both content and special design. Our goal is to illustrate, communicate, present and share content to be meaningful and memorable.
- Concept design to turn an idea into reality
- Rendered 3 dimensional drawings
- Interpretive Design
- Graphic design
- Curatorial services
- Interpretive writing
- Science communication and writing
Fabrication and Technology
Our fabrication skills are professional, and we have in-house production facilities to ensure total quality control. We are fastidious from construction to completion. We are passionate about techniques and technologies which can connect the visitor and aim to push the envelope to create engagement and impact.
- In-house production facilities
- Furniture and cabinetry production
- Film editing and post production
- Multimedia capabilities including touchscreens, tablets
- Interactive components
We consider installation to be crucial to the result, so we prefer to personally install your exhibition, display or fit-out to the highest level of detail. When it’s tools down, we want to feel 100% confident we have created something you can stand back and be truly proud of.
- Cohesive installation
- Impressive record of meeting deadlines
- Professional, careful approach.
- Detailed finish report
- Display maintenance services
Gallipoli to Armistice Military Trail is an emotive dedication to the ANZAC story. Brandi Projects were proud to be lead interpretive consultants on this project.
The Royal Flying Doctor Service Dubbo Base Visitors Centre King Air exhibit is an immersive experience of a mock split-fuselage aircraft.
The Pooseum is a science museum in Tasmania where the topic of poo is not taboo! Brandi Projects project managed, designed and fabricated this exhibit.
The Interpretive Centre at Karumba’s Les Wilson Barramundi Discovery Centre tells the story of barramundi sustainability for in new and interesting ways.
Fitzroy Basin Association’s Flow visitors centre is an interactive environmental education experience which we delivered from research to installation.
The Sunshine Coast Regional Council’s Coastal Discovery Van is a great example of how current assets can be transformed into an engaging mobile display.
Colour: Secret Language of the Reef at the Museum of Tropical Queensland informs visitors about the science of colour and coral, and the beauty of the Great Barrier Reef.
A mobile display unit fitout for Brisbane Airport Corporation to educate the community about the fascinating runway Project.
Brandi Projects supplied Austral Bricks with a custom portable display solution for exhibiting at national and international trade shows.
The Texas Rabbit Experience is an interactive display telling the story of the Southern Downs rabbit industry, through the eyes of the local people.
One of Queensland’s great tourist magnets, the Malanda Falls Visitor Centre was an amazing storytelling experience and a visitors centre that we are proud to have designed and fabricated.
This exhibit takes the visitor on a chronological journey through time, incorporating themes such as the Artesian Basin, the discovery of dinosaur remains and history of opal mining.
The Queen Air Display project at the Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame involved suspending a 15.3m aircraft in the atrium of the RFDS gallery Hall.
The Museum Zoo exhibition at the Queensland Museum focused on animal size and survival, while spectacularly showing off the museum’s animal collection.
Energex Playasaurus Place is an iconic exhibit at the Queensland Museum where visitors can learn about energy spanning prehistoric times to the present.
Brandi Projects fitted out this mobile display for electrical distribution company Hager Australia.
This mobile display truck for Cairns Water’s “WaterWhys” education was a comprehensive fitout including graphics, plumbing and educational interactives.
A complete sales and marketing suite fitout from design through to installation for Portside Wharf Flare Apartments included displays, furniture and finish.
Brandi Projects designed, fabricated and installed an upside-down theme for a fun refurbishment of the Cooper’s Plains Library Children’s Area.
We designed, fabricated and installed the latest fitout for the Chermside Library children’s area, utilising a fun camping theme.
We designed, fabricated and installed this fitout for the Carina Library. A creepy crawly theme to inspire little imaginations.
In 2016 we designed and produced a custom-made bar and related components for installation in the arena at Longreach’s Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame.
Brandi Projects were contracted to install signage for ANZ Bank according to strict signage and site guidelines. The project was delivered on time and on budget.
Brandi Projects oversaw the restoration and exhibition of the Australian Worker’s Union Shearer’s Hall, alocated at the Australian Workers Heritage Centre.
Kunwarara Station and platform are part of the railway precinct exhibits Brandi Projects worked on at Australian Workers Heritage Centre.