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2021 Public Arts Project by Axolotl

As we draw close to the end of 2021, we would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone here at Axolotl and also our extended team of brilliant architects, designers, artists, builders and renovators with who we have the privilege to work with and are inspired by every day.

It was another Covid challenging year yet we managed to band together to produce some of the most exciting work with some of the best creative minds. Thank you for being a part of our favourite moments of the year; we couldn't be more proud (and relieved) that we made it through with so much to be grateful for. Along with the usual end-of-year indulgences, we wish you all relief, health and happiness.

This year, we were honoured to be awarded both the 2021 Global Business Insight Awards for the Most Outstanding Architecture and Design Solutions Provider and the 2021 Corp Today Magazine for Interior/Exterior Metal Coating Innovators Of The Year.

We are proud to have sponsored:

We were thrilled to kick off our year with four of our Easels, designed by Adam Cornish, Marcus Piper, Jaime Hayon and Adam Goodrum, being purchased by the NGV for their permanent collection.

It has been a busy year for Axolotl Art Projects. We have completed a colossal five-storey facade artwork in glass and terracotta for the Hornsby/Ku-ring-gai Hospital, which we started in 2016 with artists Jade Oakley and Jessica Birk, and management by Creative Road.

New Zealand artist Gill Gatfield commissioned Axolotl Art Projects to create a marble and concrete sculpture for the M8 Motorway in St Peters curated by Cultural Capital.

We completed art projects for a laneway in Surry Hills with Marisa Purcell, and were pleased to be involved in the gate artwork for Yirranma Place in Liverpool Street Sydney with Badger Bates and Eveleigh Works.

We've also been working hard on a range of art projects with Broached Commissions. Production is underway on a glass work by Adam Goodrum for the Continental Hotel, striking cast cliff forms for Kent Street with Dutch artist Xandra van der Eijk and more. And we are pleased to have just completed a set of Bronze bench sculptures for the Wesley Place precinct with artists, Maree Clarke, Trent Jansen and Broached Commissions.

To fulfil our ever-expanding workload and to continue investing in the innovation that has driven us for more than 25 years, we took the opportunity to take on a second factory right next door to us at 71 Beauchamp Rd, Matraville. This also coincides with some truly exciting news for our Arts division as we join forces with Broached Commissions in 2022, and continue Axolotl's global expansion with some amazing partners which we will expand on in the new year.

We hope you enjoy this video showcasing the production of upcoming art projects which we will reveal in their full magnificence, along with all the above-mentioned projects, in detail next year.

So, as this year ends, we join everyone in wishing for a healthier and happier 2022 for all. As always, we remain driven to continue being 'The Future of Surface', and look forward to the opportunities next year will bring.

For more details on successfully accomplished 2021 public art projects by Axolotl, please visit www.axolotl.com.au today.



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