Belmont Museum was opened in 2020 by the City of Belmont, with the aim of creating a new community hub for the suburb. Housed within the Ruth Faulkner Library, Belmont Museum is an impressive facility that houses unique objects and tells stories of the ever-changing suburb and its people. Creative Spaces were engaged to design the graphics within the Museum space whilst adhering to the previously established style guide. The scope of graphics included interpretive panels, large window vinyls, wall graphics and a handful of bespoke items throughout the exhibition space.
In December 2021, Creative Spaces designed the Museum’s temporary exhibition, Faces of Belmont. This exhibition invites visitors to get up close and personal with the characters of Belmont’s past, revealing the type of life they once lived in the beloved suburb. Following the design of the broader Museum, the temporary exhibition ties cohesively into the space.
Wadjemup Museum on Rottnest Island is another museum design project undertaken by the Creative Spaces team.