artisan's CEO Chetana Andary had the pleasure of attending the dinner party held by Urban Art Projects (UAP) on Wednesday 6 October as part of Unlimited: Designing in the Asia Pacific inaugral design triennial.
As the Australian Design Review wrote about the evening:
"Held at the UAP studio and workshop in Northgate, Brisbane, the dinner celebrated the creative potential of the dynamic and multi-faceted design industry. Curators, commentators, designers and creative thinkers gathered in the dramatic setting of the UAP foundry to toast the successes of collaboration.
The evening’s themes reflect the work of UAP – a specialist consultancy that works together with architects, designers and planners to create public artworks – as well as one of the main tenets of the Unlimited program: promoting collaboration and the role design can play in shaping future opportunities for business, community and the world.
Urban Art Projects is a design consultancy creating bespoke art and design commissions for architectural and landscape projects, promoting art and creativity in the public realm. Established in 1993, the company is one of Australia’s leading providers of creative outcomes and public artworks."
Photos from Urban Art Projects’ dinner at Unlimited, celebrating collaboration in the design industry.Photographer: Tobias Titz
Photographer: Eva Luenig
Photographer: Pancho Colladetti