We are inspired by Melbourne's milieu and aim to contribute to its social and built environment with each of our projects. Working with a growing group of local artists, we explore the places and spaces unique to the city in which we live and work.
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The sixth edition showcases entrants’ work for the 2018 ILFORD CCP Salon, as selected by Adam Harding, Director of the Centre for Contemporary Photography. Against the sea of images that float, glow and then disappear around us every day, Salon is about the enduring presence of the printed image, and the conversations engendered and inspired by images that recognise difference and embrace our shared experiences.
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In the fifth edition of Melbourne Milieu, we worked with Melbourne-born, Los Angeles-based photographer Scottie Cameron who explores an imagined future, where we don’t throw things away, rather recycle and focus on defying gravity with collective thought.
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Following a redesign and change of format, the fourth edition of Melbourne Milieu showcases the work of Louis Porter, a photographer who blends the dreamy and idealistic qualities of the Australian landscape with touches of humour.
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In the third edition of Melbourne Milieu we explore Melbourne, past and present, by juxtaposing the iconoclastic figure, Wolfgang Sievers AO, with the emerging talent, Bernsy. Intermission is provided by a crossword celebrating the king of the urban jungle, the dog.
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Melbourne Milieu Edition 2 explores the concept of landscape – both urban and rural as captured by local photographers Dan Hocking and Brooke Holm. Intermission is provided by Ben Edwards of Edwards Moore Architects, covering all topics ranging from client relationships to sailing.
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In the first print edition of Melbourne Milieu, two talented local photographers, Tom Blachford and Kate Ballis, provide their unique view of the city, ranging from the up close and personal to the far and wide, and Melbourne writer, Stephen Crafti, explores the importance of context in architecture.