No.12 Emporium Melbourne – Christmas

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If you visit Emporium Melbourne this Christmas, the iconic Bell Boys have golden trolleys laden with wonderful treats for you.

 Bell Boy trolleys are scattered through the centre and laden with presents detailed graphic patterns,  a design collaboration between the team at Ultra Studio and Kimberly Moore.

You can also see them roaming through the centre on the countdown to Christmas, giving away sweet treats  & providing entertainment, to sweeten up your shopping experience. 

Photography: Marcel Aucar

Photography: Marcel Aucar

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No. 11 The Strand Melbourne – Peace & Love Christmas Installation

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Peace & Love arrived at The Strand Melbourne this Christmas!

We collaborated with graphic artist Georgia Perry to create an optimistic colour and light filled Christmas totem in the busy arcade.

 Neon lights & pop colour challenging the traditional Christmas installation instead channelling the fun of the season.

 We love these words taken from our friends at the The Strand’s Instagram. “Our installations express our hopes for our greater world with the simplicity of loving those around you…”

 Thanks to our co-collaborators: Production: Retail Communications

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No.10 Emporium Christmas Advent Installation

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For Emporium Melbourne Christmas we created a super sized giant Advent calendar .Customers were given the opportunity to win one of the high end products in the Advent Installation.

The large black hexagons were stacked up 3m high filled with sort after products from the Emporium retailers such as Swarovski Jewellery, Calvin Klein Watches and Georg Jensen.

Each stack was surrounded by a tall brass forest with detailed graphic patterns, a collaborated design by the team at Ultra Studio and Kimberly Moore.

Photography: Marcel Aucar

Photography: Marcel Aucar

 

 

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No.9 Myer Marquee – Find Wonderful

 

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Photograph by: Brooke Holm

 We created all that is wonderful for the Myer Marquee in The Birdage for this years Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival.
A white wall scape with detailed installations, white timber molding, curved arches and oversized whimsical sketches by Kat Macleod.
The marquee held the a hidden cake cupboard behind a secret door which revealed ‘Edible Happiness’,  a delicious mix of treats from Melbourne’s sweet specialists nectar and stone and  Burch & Purchese.
Hand dyed phalaenopsis were flown in by from by florist, Fleur to create an lush floral installations in our pastel colour palette.
A picture tells a thousand words, and we love the images below that captured all the wonderful we created.
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Photography: Marcel Aucar

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No. 8 Urban Meadow

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We created an ‘Urban Meadow’, an installation of giant multi height hexagon tables that made home to laser cut brass geometric shapes peering up from rolling meadows of the greenest maiden hair ferns and baby tears.

Florist: Flowers Vasette

Photography: Marcel Aucar

Photography: Marcel Aucar

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No. 7 Penfolds Marquee

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Penfolds Marquee at Flemington was a landscaped tableau from the South Australian Barossa Valley. The Artist Sarah Hendy painted her vision of a Barossa Valley landscape in a mural of “Kalimina” that ran the 15m width of the marquee and up into the clouds of the ceiling liner.

The 8m long brass topped, black timber veneer bar sat in a lowered ceiling environment. The back wall to the bar featured brass Penfolds bin numbers “Numbers are extraordinary” that were backlit with exposed Edison globes that inspired the timber clad walls & floors to glow with warmth.

Cecelia Fox created voluminous South Australian inspired arrangements of wild blood red roses combined with Australian natives, sitting in custom made large clay vessels throughout the marquee.

Banquettes & side chairs were adorned with luxurious velvet cushions in Blood red, dusky pinks and sage greens highlighting the colours of the natural Barossa Valley landscape

Thanks to our collaborators:Build: TGC Building 

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Photography: Marcel Aucar

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No. 6 Westfield Miranda Hoarding Installation – Sun, Surf & The Shire

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As part of Westfield Miranda’s new development we collaborated with illustrator Mekel to create a multi layered polypropylene shingles in a myriad seaside hues – blue, green and holographic colour, creating and installation that flutters and moves with the bustle of shoppers passing by.

Photography: The Glossarium Iphone & Instagram

Photography: The Glossarium Iphone & Instagram

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No. 5 Emporium Melbourne – Hive Tea

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Emporium has already attracted and collected rare breed fashion diehards. Like bees to the hive they swarm around Emporium going about their work, looking the sweet fashion nectar that abound there.

Customers had the opportunity to win a seat to the exclusive ‘Hive Tea’ that was held on level 3 of Melbourne Emporium.

Prize winners were seated at a decadent table layered high with delicacies supplied by the food retails of the centre.

Thanks to our co-collaborators Event Management : Kate Jennings at Project Communications Catering : Damm Fine Food

Photography: Image Play & The Glossarium Instagram

Photography: Image Play & The Glossarium Instagram



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No.4 Kookai Spring Summer Collection Launch 14 / 15

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Bay 17 at Carriageworks became a landscape of a sun kissed St.Tropez with an endless expanse of daybeds and lounging ‘Tropeziens’.

 A 21m x 15m stage laid out 20 models in a tableau of day beds.  Models wandered through the rows of daybeds, making their way down to the beachside, showing Kookai’s new season fashion in an epic oversized landscape.

 A huge thank-you to our co-collaborators: Set Construction: Staging Rentals  AV & Lighting: Innovative Choreography: Michael Boyd

Photography: Kyle Ford

Photography: Kyle Ford

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No.3 Omega Dark Side Of The Moon Speedmaster Launch

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To celebrate the launch of Omega’s Dark Side Of The Moon Speedmaster timepiece, held at Stage 7, Fox Studios in Sydney.

 The Omega Speedmaster was famously worn by Buzz Aldrin in the 1969 moon landing. This rich history of the Speedmaster time piece set the scene for the evening, Creating an evening of visual and sensory experiences.

 The large expanse of Stage 7 was separated into 3 different spaces for the evening.

Photography: Kristian Dowling

Photography: Kristian Dowling

 The pre party space held an exhibition of Omega Speedmaster museum pieces dating  from 1960 to now. The classic pieces were displayed in orb shaped glass forms that resembled space like objects that guests could walk around & view.

 The dinner space shielded from the guests by a 9m high 50m long wall with projections of space scenography and moving images that flooded the venue.

The 30m long dinner table, decorated in metal geometric space junk shapes with mountains of sand and glitter and a plethora of candles in silver, black and white.

 The after party space displayed the new Omega Dark Side Of The Moon Speedmaster timepiece.

The Dessert table was an expanse of moon rubble delicacies that guests could select their rock candy from.

 Thanks to our co-collaborators Event Management : Kate Jennings at Project Communications Production : Full Circle Productions Lighting/AV: Innovative

Photography: Kristian Dowling

Photography: Kristian Dowling

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