Australia

Nick Bannikoff

Nick Bannikoff is a Design Director at BrandCulture in Sydney, Australia and co-chair for the Sydney Chapter.

He graduated as an architect and industrial designer in 1991, and today he is one of Australia’s leading wayfinding and experiential designers.

Nick Bannikoff
BrandCulture Communications
Sydney, Australia

Anne Gordon Design

Anne Gordon Design is a wayfinding consultancy that specializes in designing and implementing wayfinding strategy through signage design, environmental and experiential graphic design.

Anne Gordon Design is one of Sydney's most established wayfinding and signage design consultancy firms. Formed in 1996 Anne Gordon Design has solved wayfinding problems for many complicated sites especially public hospitals. Anne Gordon Design has written the most comprehensive and innovative sign manual for the National Parks and Wildlife Agency.

THERE

At THERE, whether we’re re-imagining a global brand, creating a memorable spatial experience or aiding orientation through an environment – THERE combine strategy, ideation, design and production excellence in everything they do.

THERE design SEGD Global Design Award winning branded experiences for the built environment that capture imagination and positively influence the way people think, feel and do.

HeineJones

HeineJones connect people to place. We design highly effective solutions that empower positive perceptions, location awareness, meaningful understanding, and a compelling experience.

The firm is an interdisciplinary design consultancy specializing in interpretive and wayfinding solutions, brand identity, branded environments and experiential design.

Stephen Minning

Stephen Minning is a member of the 2018 SEGD Board and Founder and Managing Director of BrandCulture in Australia.

Stephen is a branding and wayfinding specialist with over 20 years of international experience working with blue chip companies and public sector organizations.

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BrandCulture Communications
Sydney, Australia

Isabelle Cabrera joins BrandCulture as Architectural Wayfinding Designer

Isabelle Cabrera joins BrandCulture as Architectural Wayfinding Designer

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Sydney studio BrandCulture has appointed Isabelle Cabrera as Architectural Wayfinding Designer. She joins from Populous in Brisbane.
“Like many studios, we are rethinking our processes and skillsets in response to COVID and the year that was 2020. This means embracing technology and automation where appropriate, and working with our clients to explore new efficiencies that result from digital innovation,” says Nick Bannikoff, Design Director at BrandCulture.

Ausgrid

Finalist 2020
Ausgrid

As an established energy provider, Ausgrid sought to create a workplace environment that would be a benchmark for future ways of working. Infusing authentic indigenous representation was an important factor and embodies the company’s core values of diversity and inclusion. To align with the business’ sustainable and inclusive objectives, inspiration was taken from how energy manifests itself within nature and a story of ‘Lighting Storms across Rural Australia’ became the driving theme throughout the interior.

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The Ian Potter Southbank Centre (Melbourne Conservatorium of Music)

Finalist 2020
The Ian Potter Southbank Centre (Melbourne Conservatorium of Music)

The Ian Potter Southbank Centre was designed as a purpose-built home for the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music (MCM), a University of Melbourne (UoM) faculty. Among its established neighbors, MCM’s new home required a clear public identity, addressing its dual function as a public performance venue and a university teaching space. The project sought to announce a new home for Australia’s oldest and most prestigious music institution – a bold and contemporary identity for a landmark new addition to the Melbourne Arts Precinct.

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