We create inspirational concepts and design that
trigger effective outcomes for our clients.

Trigger is an interdisciplinary design group working
for the cultural, corporate and government sectors.
We undertake projects across a broad spectrum: branding/identity - creation and application, environment creation, interpretation planning and design, exhibition design, print and publication design, web and digital design. Our discerning, intuitive and refined approach allows us to create supportive and effective partnerships with our clients.

Roger Tait / Workroom Group

Roger Tait private environmental

Trigger developed a unique woven facade concept for fashion brand 'Roger Tait Man' and the adjoining 'The Workroom Group' studio using a cost effective system of specially died woven seat belts.

A Capital Collection

National Capital Authority government exhibition / interpretive

'A Capital Collection – Our History in Fashion' examines the story of Canberra through fashion. The exhibition design creates a physical and contextual interpretive environment of elegantly curved sculptural forms.

Darling River Drive

National Parks and Wildlife Service government exhibition / interpretive

Interpretives on the Darling River, at Toorale National Park, focus on the river and its central importance for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people historically and today, offering different perspectives and uses of the river.

Amicus Sydney

Amicus private branding / identity

Trigger's "Paper Scissors Rock' project for Amicus Financial Planning communicated dual business and social messages and involved the creation of bespoke paper sculptures.

Mt Talowla

National Parks and Wildlife Service government exhibition / interpretive

A series of 11 bespoke cast bronze plaques at Mt Talowla, Toorale National Park, interprets the site’s history as a vantage point for looking out across the landscape for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people.


Australand private environmental

Australand commissioned Trigger to provide interpretive signage in the landscape to interpret the former site of Lidcombe Hospital, which is now a brand new suburb of Sydney - Botanica.

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