DENMAC have always worked very closely with urban art professionals to introduce modern, innovative designs to the Perth landscape, and our latest installation at the renowned Aurelia Residential Apartments is no exception.
Designed by esteemed Australian artist Jon Tarry, we collaborated to fabricate and install these innovative sculptures at the chic new residential offering in October 2018.
Made up of three shade structures, play equipment, modern materials and balustrade, the urban art installation brings a fresh new design aesthetic to not only the residents, but also to the local community and Mill Point Road commuters. Situated at the front entrance of the complex, guests are greeted with a welcoming façade exuding innovation, quality and elegance, with the allure of coming inside to see more.
Another Jon Tarry Masterpiece
Known for his range of artistic talents in sculptures, drawing, painting and film, Perth-based visual artist Jon Tarry is responsible for some of the most iconic landmark sculptures in Perth.
From his Convergence piece at Optus Stadium, through to his Elevacion structure at St John Of God Hospital and Elizabeth Quay installation known as Bessie, Tarry is no stranger to stamping his creative flair throughout the city.
Over the years DENMAC have also worked closely with Jon on several projects including the Fushion Apartments in Perth (WA), as well as the Sky Shard and Magenta Fold in Canberra (NSW), with his latest urban art masterpiece further contributing to his glowing portfolio.
WA’s Recognised Urban Art Contractor
This installation is another example of DENMAC’s commitment to becoming Western Australia’s premier installer of public and urban art, helping to reshape the skyline of our growing state. We’d like to thank Jon Tarry and Environmental Industries for another successful installation which has become a key feature of the apartment façade in one of Perth’s premier locations.