The Fareham Approach
The artwork at Fareham responds to both the architecture and the streetscape of St Kilda. It reflects the qualities and colours of the prevalent local materials, integrating into and celebrating their natural expressions within the composition of a public-facing piece that is cohesive and enduring.
“Starting as a paper concept, the artwork has evolved into a three-dimensional raised design, achieved through collaboration and the use of CNC technology which complements the building’s modern Australian architecture,” explained Geoff.
This process transfers the geometric details from the initial paper and pencil design to the building’s surface, a 200m2 stone space, reminiscent of the natural sandstone in the surrounding beachside locale.