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Two Towers

Type: Sculptures | More on this Project

MacLeod Consulting worked with artist Peter Cripps to create two 7m high sculptures located in the forecourt of the ACCA for a major research exhibition entitled 'Peter Cripps: Towards an Elegant Solution'.

Birrarung Wilam Common Ground Project

Type: Civil, Sculptures | More on this Project

Birrarung Wilam, located at the rear of Federation Square, is a public art commission by the state government to commemorate Aboriginal Victoria. The aim of the installation was to create a clear and distinctive Aboriginal place within the Yarra River precinct to recognise, acknowledge and celebrate Aboriginal Victoria.

Frog Dreaming

Type: Sculptures | More on this Project

The Frog Dreaming sculpture is a large scale sculptural work featuring an abstract depiction of "growling grass frog eggs". This is one of two works that were commissioned by the Walker Corporation, in partnership with VicUrban, for the new Point Cook Town Centre development.

Lady of St Kilda

Type: Sculptures | More on this Project

For the 2006 Commonwealth Games, St Kilda hosted an interpretive public artwork called "The Lady of St Kilda", a mock timber shipwreck after which the suburb of St Kilda is named.

Silence & Falling Light

Type: Sculptures, Community and Civic | More on this Project

MacLeod Consulting worked with artist Robert Owen and lighting designers Electrolight to create the artworks 'Silence' and 'Falling Light' to be suspended in the two new foyers at the redeveloped Hamer Hall.

Tracing Light - for Harry 3D/4D

Type: Award Winning, Sculptures | More on this Project

Harry's Park is a new public park commissioned by Penelope Seidler in memory of her late husband, the Australian architect Harry Seidler. MacLeod Consulting worked with artist Robert Owen to create a feature sculpture 'Tracing Light - for Harry 3D/4D' to be placed in the forecourt.

Wicked Witch Legs

Type: Sculptures | More on this Project

Wicked Witch Legs is a giant temporary public art installation outside NAB's Docklands office that has been unveiled as part of the company's "More Give, Less Take" advertising campaign. MacLeod Consulting worked with Moth Design to analyse the artwork for wind loads, bump loads, person loads, and to check the structural capacity of the calf and heel.