Monash University signage case study | Adherettes

Monash University

This project required custom fabricated canopy covers over 500m² of ceiling, with a suspended steel structure and illuminated dibond cladding, pre-applied solvent based and digitally printed graphic.  This remarkable architectural feature compliments the industrial look and feel and creates a lively, contemporary campus environment.

  • Project Management
  • Design
  • Manufacture
  • Installation

We also reinvigorated Monash University’s Clayton campus with new wayfinding and building identification signage, along with digitally integrated pylons that enable the university to promote upcoming dates and events.

We developed, detailed, manufactured and installed the suite of vehicular and pedestrian wayfinding signage required for the Clayton and Caulfield campuses.

The sheer size of the pylons alone, ranging in heights up to 7.5m presented many industrial design and engineering challenges.

Maintaining the multi-faceting surface planes across changes in materials presented challenges in framing as well as detailed sheet metal work and concrete tool design to allow the completed signage to align with the envisaged conceptual design.