A comprehensive design project for the NSW Department of Planning, creating a navigable and highly logical document sequence. Art direction, publication design, mapping, information design and photography. Commissioned cover photography and thematic photography by Louise Hawson (52 Suburbs).
in 2005 we divided a Sydney Federation house in two, allowing two grown up families to occupy it. — with Leisa Tough
Public Associates prepared exhibition panels for the United States Studies Centre at Sydney University for six local councils in Sydney.
We have created hundreds of maps from local scale, to subregions, centres, transport routes right out to metropolitan scaled maps that help to simplify complex concepts and ideas.
Renovations of our own little piece of Glebe.
Commissioned by Remo Giuffre for Remo General Store for our big cracker night. Our shortest lived project, installed on 30 December, stolen sometime early January 1st, Bondi Road, Bondi.
Working with Adam Russell from DRAW Architects we ran an architectural and urban design studio for a semester at UTS School of Architecture focussing on the urban condition of Ultimo, the adjacent pedestrian network and Chippendale anticipating the changes to the neighbourhood. An exhibition was held at Customs House as part of the program.
Working with the NSW Department of Planning and infrastructure we have helped to deliver the centrepiece hardcopy and PDF documents of the Green Paper and White Paper for the New Planning System for NSW. Scope of the work included art direction, layout, illustrations, infographics and diagrams.
Public Associates created a refined event design suite of materials including logo, signage, banners, website, t–shirts, badges and bags.
Permanent Energy, Chalk and Contrast.
For over five years we have worked with Kinesis to evolve their brand, their online and real world presence. Kinesis are one of Australia's real innovators in carbon pollution management and energy systems. We cut new cloth for their work, working with a reserved palette of colours and imagery — creating a serious market leader — inspired by a 1950s college scientific idea. Much of their competition was using windmills, blue skies and green, grassy hills — we wanted to push the number crunchers, the brains and the systems. Work has included collateral branding, websites, software reviews, data visualisation, photography, newsletters and major reports.
As an occasional contributor to the Open Journal we had a look at City of Churches and Pubs, Adelaide. Read the pictures here on the links:
Welcome to Radelaide—Part 1
Art direction, information graphics and illustrations for NSW Trade & Investment.