We think of ourselves as the bridge that brings all the parties involved in a public art project together: council planning departments and arts units, property developers, architects, interior designers, artists and stakeholders. Acting as the conduit, we make incorporating public art into residential, commercial, retail and mixed-use developments accessible and enjoyable.
Tom Borgas, Gold Triangulation, 2019
St Kilda Road, Melbourne
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Yorkshire Brewery, 2015
We have the knowledge, experience and networks to successfully incorporate public art into building plans, and have them approved. This enables the cohesive integration of art into a development and fosters collaborative relationships that give every stakeholder a sense of pride in and ownership of the art.
Once we understand you and your project, our integrated public art strategy kicks in. It covers artist engagement, briefing, concept design, creative, planning, commissioning, fabrication, documentation and supervision, and takes a public artwork from concept and commissioning through to creation and installation.
Our 15 years of involvement in the Australian arts community means that we have access to artists working across all mediums including sculpture, painting, installation, video projection, light art, photography, printmaking and murals. We engage artists from a wide range of artistic disciplines, emerging to established, whose talents are recognised both locally and internationally.
We are delighted to have won the City of Port Phillip Council Design and Development Awards 2020 for ‘Integrated Art’ with ‘Opera’ by Matthew Harding.
This category recognises public art which is innovative and assists a rethink of the public domain.
‘Opera’ by Matthew Harding represents an exploration of the organic and the feminine as a metaphor for the elegance and fluidity of the Opera architectural facade. ADA Consulting led the realisation of this sculpture with the dedicated support of developer Golden Age, Time and Place and fabricator Robert Hook.