Client: Mount Buller Resort Management Board
Location: Mount Buller Village Centre, Mount Buller
Scope: Wayfinding signage system, site audit, design prototypes and specification for production and installation
Budget: Delivered within budget: $60,000
Timeline: Delivered on time: January 2008 to April 2008
Team: Mike Heine, Kim Beckers; Banana Graphics Sign Builders (contractor engaged and managed by HeineJones).
HeineJones designed a wayfinding system to navigate both vehicular and pedestrian traffic around a complex network of roads, public buildings and commercial operations in Mount Buller village.
Victoria’s Mount Buller is a prominent High Country tourist attraction. Year-round, it offers spectacular views, a range of recreational activities, fine dining, festivals and spectator sporting events.
HeineJones designed a robust, adaptable and economical wayfinding system to resist Mount Buller Village’s harsh alpine climate. A contemporary, smooth and finessed solution, our solution offers infinite combinations and compositions.
The modular system provides manufacturing and installation efficiency. The basic sign types are finger-pointer posts and panelled plinths, which share common components. They are quickly installed or swapped over, saving time and money, and minimising site disturbance and traffic management concerns.