Enoki were asked to design signage, wayfinding and environmental graphics for the Teresa Moore Centre, the central meeting point for the Cabra Dominican Sisters. The graphics were designed to reflect the rich history of the Sisters. Waves were used throughout the wayfinding to reflet the journey of the nuns to Adelaide from Dublin in 1868. In the reception area a timeline was devised using images collected by the Sisters to tell their story to guests in detail. Window graphics were also designed to conceal the Sister's kitchen area from the general meeting space. The waves were again used here along with an image and a poem portraying the beloved Moreton Bay Fig in the Sister's communal garden.