Hill Street Precinct & food forest

The idea for HIll Street Precinct was to retain the diversity that already exists and to create places for more of it to happen – with new botanical spaces, walkable laneways and venues for local participation. Our proposition was to capture the precinct’s unique identity with an online publishing platform and seasonal arts program, which included a collaboration with Melbourne landscape designers The Artist as Family.

Hill Street Precinct & food forest

The idea for HIll Street Precinct was to retain the diversity that already exists and to create places for more of it to happen – with new botanical spaces, walkable laneways and venues for local participation. Our proposition was to capture the precinct’s unique identity with an online publishing platform and seasonal arts program, which included a collaboration with Melbourne landscape designers The Artist as Family.

Giovanna Castiglioni

We worked with Giovanna Castiglioni and the expansive archives of her father, Achille Castiglioni, to develop an interactive film and presentation that took Sydney and Melbourne audiences inside his Milan studio and up close with archival drawings, sketches, photographs, prototypes and works from a career that spanned 60 years.

Giovanna Castiglioni

We worked with Giovanna Castiglioni and the expansive archives of her father, Achille Castiglioni, to develop an interactive film and presentation that took Sydney and Melbourne audiences inside his Milan studio and up close with archival drawings, sketches, photographs, prototypes and works from a career that spanned 60 years.

Conversations of Things New

Asked by the Italian Trade Commission to research the history of cultural exchange between Italy and Australia and produce a show to celebrate it, we turned to design and the collective output by some of the world’s most recognised designers and makers.

Conversations of Things New

Asked by the Italian Trade Commission to research the history of cultural exchange between Italy and Australia and produce a show to celebrate it, we turned to design and the collective output by some of the world’s most recognised designers and makers.

Unwrapped

Taking an empty retail space in Sydney’s Surry Hills—dark, off the high street, limited budget—and transforming it into a vibrant gallery to show some of the most important Italian design pieces of the 20th century was a challenge we couldn’t refuse.

Unwrapped

Taking an empty retail space in Sydney’s Surry Hills—dark, off the high street, limited budget—and transforming it into a vibrant gallery to show some of the most important Italian design pieces of the 20th century was a challenge we couldn’t refuse.