How town planners and architects can work together effectively
DesignBUILD 2018 will host a panel looking at how town planners and architects can move beyond their traditionally adversarial relationships to work effectively together.
Prefab is sustainable and affordable, industry leaders argue
Prefab is sustainable and affordable, industry leaders argue
Consultation the key to better public architecture at Lyons
With over 80 staff, Lyons is one of Australia’s largest architectural and urban design practices.
We spent five minutes with Dave Martin to discuss the quiet revolution taking place in Australia’s ethical property development market
How would you define ethical, community-focused development and what do you think is driving this trend in Australia’s property market??
The rise of ethical, community-focused property development
The demand for values-led, people-oriented and sustainable developments is arguably the most significant shift across architecture, property and design right now.
Communications Collective shares media insights at DesignBUILD 2018
At DesignBUILD 2018, our Director Genevieve Brannigan will present a session sharing insights gained from over 15 years helping leading property, architecture and design brands to cut through with media and positively enhance the bottom line.
Italian flair celebrated at the new Brunetti emporium
Modernist Italian design of the 1950s and 60s is the key inspiration for Brunetti’s new inner-city emporium, which has already become a favourite meeting place for Melburnians looking to enjoy a spritz or take in the spectacle of chefs pulling piping-hot pizzas straight from a giant suspended oven.
Sustainable designers exchange ideas at VAMFF
When Vanessa Katsanevakis took over the helm of Sussex from her father, a talented jeweller-turned-tapware designer, she set a goal to incorporate the highest standards of sustainability into its tapware manufacturing processes while making the most beautiful designs possible.
What to see during Melbourne Design Week 2018
The National Gallery of Victoria has unveiled an exciting line-up of talks, events and exhibitions for Melbourne Design Week 2018. This year the program takes on the theme Design Effects, exploring how good design can deliver positive change for people and the environment.
Fabio Ongarato, on how design shapes our lives
Fabio Ongarato Design, an award-winning multi-disciplinary design studio with offices in Melbourne, Hong Kong and Dubai, has received global recognition for design excellence. We sat down with the studio’s founder and creative director, Fabio Ongarato, to discuss how design shapes our lives and what defines Melbourne’s uniquely creative spirit.
Experimental Jetset – Superstructure
Exclusively curated and designed for Australian audiences, Experimental Jetset – Superstructure is the first major retrospective of the work of globally renowned graphic design studio Experimental Jetset.
Melbourne Design Week – a Q&A with NGV curator Simone LeAmon
Ahead of Melbourne Design Week, Simone LeAmon, Hugh Williamson Curator of Contemporary Design and Architecture at the National Gallery of Victoria, talks about the effects of design and the areas she sees Melbourne excelling in.
Captivating contrasts at W Shanghai
Fabio Ongarato Design creates a striking design narrative at the newly opened luxury hotel.
Tony Clark – 30 years of Chinoiserie at Murray White Room
Murray White Room presents Tony Clark – Chinoiserie Landscape 1987–2017.
A day in the life, with Annie Carroll
As part of our ‘A day in the life’ series, meet account manager Annie Carroll, who works with our clients in the art, design and property sectors. Read on to discover more about her daily rituals and what it’s like to work with some of the country’s most creative and influential design practices and companies.
RMIT Design Hub presents Super Field
Communications Collective is delighted to have been appointed by RMIT Design Hub to manage its communications.
Five minutes with Dr Terry Wu
Dr Terry Wu is one of Australia’s most highly regarded plastic surgeons, as well as being a dedicated art collector and an active and influential arts philanthropist.
DesignBUILD 2018: bringing together the best
Communications Collective is pleased to announce we have been appointed to manage communications, PR and content marketing for DesignBUILD 2018.
Property’s new paradigm
Authentic, values-driven property brand and project stories are paramount to any communications campaign’s success. And a vital part of this story – but one that is too often forgotten – is the very thing that brings life to buildings, and buildings to life: people.
Building society: MPavilion 2017
MPavilion has become one of Melbourne’s most important cultural public projects. It brings people together to share ideas, debate and discuss the role design, architecture and culture has in creating a city that is liveable, creative and equitable. MPavilion executive director Sam Redston talks us through the exciting program for 2017.
Q&A with account director Nat Burcul
We are delighted to welcome Nat Burcul to the Communications Collective leadership team. Nat brings a wealth of experience in marketing communications working with leading brands spanning property, architecture, design and luxury.
Polly Borland unleashes Monster at Murray White Room
Internationally prominent artist Polly Borland has unveiled Monster, a bold new body of work, at Murray White Room.
A day in the life, with Tess Dolan
Communications Collective is proud to present our series ‘A day in the life’, a snapshot of our work across the lifestyle, arts, culture, design and property sectors. This month, Tess takes us through some highlights from her day, sharing the inspiration that drives her work.
Take a trip with Super Field at RMIT Design Hub
Through sound and vision, Super Field transports us to places that we may never physically visit due to their remoteness.
A new icon in East Melbourne
East Melbourne is a place of historic grandeur and elegant contrasts. As one of the city’s most exclusive suburbs, this pocket of prime central Melbourne offers a unique lifestyle for discerning residents unlike any other.
The rise and rise of luxury in Australia
Communications Collective’s director Genevieve Brannigan discusses good design, craftsmanship and the rise of luxury in Australia.
Sustainability the key to success for designer tapware brand Sussex
Sustainability is driving the success of Sussex, the only Australian tapware company to manufacture its products locally and operate a foundry at its workshop in Melbourne.
Yarra One collaborates with Le Louvre
Communications Collective was proud to collaborate with Le Louvre, Pommery and CBRE for an exclusive event for South Yarra’s finest new address, Yarra One.
Fender Katsalidis launches first book
This month, Fender Katsalidis Architects (FK) is proud to announce the launch of its first book, Fender Katsalidis: Working Architecture, marking the first time the practice’s diverse body of work has been formally documented in one elegantly presented, limited-edition publication.
Sussex Taps meets wabi-sabi trend
Sussex Taps embodies the uncomplicated beauty of wabi-sabi, the Japanese lifestyle philosophy turned interior trend, with its range of living finishes.
RMIT Design Hub Presents WORKAROUND
RMIT Design Hub presents WORKAROUND, engaging with a movement of women focused on advocacy and activism within an expanded field of architecture.
Carnival season has arrived
The time has arrived for the Melbourne Cup Carnival – the world-renowned horseracing event that captures the attention of Australia each year. Communications Collective is proud to partner with The Asian Executive to bring you an exclusive guide to this years’ carnival, from fine dining to Fashions on the Field.
Sussex Taps launches Spring colour showcase
Taking cues from local and international runways, bespoke Australian tapware company Sussex has released their Spring 2017 colour showcase.