Incredible
Things

Incredible things don’t just happen; they’re created, nurtured, believed in. From vision to installation, across art and architecture, our ability to find common ground between ambition and reality sets us apart.

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We are makers

Spanning art, architecture, design, environments, and everything in between – whether it is permanent or temporary – we make incredible things for incredible creatives all over the world.


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Desert X AlUla

AlUla, Saudi Arabia

Desert X AlUla 2022

Maya Lin

Philadelphia, USA

Decoding the Tree of Life

Sydney, Australia

Secret World of a Starlight Ember

Sanford Biggers

New York City, USA

Oracle

The Haas Brothers

Katonah , USA

Jungle Fool

Judy Watson

Sydney, Australia

bara

Sarah Oppenheimer

Austin, USA

C-010106

Guangzhou, China

SWA

Guangzhou Siyou Vanke Center

Duke Riley

Sydney, Australia

Echelon of Uncertainty


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The Haas Brothers

Katonah , USA

The Haas Brothers

Jungle Fool

Carly Scoufos

Shenzhen, China

Carly Scoufos

Amble & Sequent

Jacob Nash

Sydney, Australia

Jacob Nash

Country

Tom Claassen

Wuhan, China

Tom Claassen

4 Rabbits Thinking About Carrots, The Sun and The Moon

Lindy Lee

Changchun, China

Lindy Lee

Rolling In, Rolling Out

John Nicholson

Sydney, Australia

John Nicholson

Rise

Jon Campbell

Melbourne, Australia

Jon Campbell

Backyard

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Public Art Fund to Unveil Bharti Kher: Ancestor

Public Art Fund to Unveil Bharti Kher: Ancestor

Public Art Fund to unveil Bharti Kher: Ancestor a towering, mythical mother sculpture at the southeast entrance to Central Park.

Lindy Lee's Eye of Infinity at Hong Kong's Peak Tram

Lindy Lee's Eye of Infinity at Hong Kong's Peak Tram

The Peak Tramways Company, Limited is delighted to unveil a stunning public sculpture, named Eye of Infinity by Australian artist Lindy Lee. This 10-metre tall sculpture is inspired by Hong Kong's “spirit of ascension.

Frances Belle Parker Northern Beaches

Frances Belle Parker Northern Beaches

Spanning 36km of coastline between Manly and Palm Beach, the Coast Walk connects people to the landscape, to each other, and to the past, present, and future.

Art in America: Q&A with Daniel Tobin

Art in America: Q&A with Daniel Tobin

Daniel Tobin talks about artistic intent, making mistakes and learning from them, and the company's journey to sustainability.

Artwork Ingredient List

Artwork Ingredient List

UAP, in collaboration with Future Normal and Carbon Footprint, Launched the Artwork Ingredient List – a Tool That Calculates an Artwork's Carbon Emissions

The Art of Preservation

The Art of Preservation

Introducing the team behind UAP's Preservation, Conservation, and Restoration business

Launch of Bondi Memorial: Rise

Launch of Bondi Memorial: Rise

A place of quiet and ongoing reflection where we can recognise this devastating history together as a community whilst marking the forward-moving social progress made through ongoing changing attitudes in society.

Monument to First Nations people unveiled on Gadigal Country

Monument to First Nations people unveiled on Gadigal Country

‘bara’ forms part of the Eora Journey, a public art program for the City of Sydney that recognises and celebrates the living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.


#Initiatives

Art Makers

Initiatives

Art Makers

Dedicated to bringing new works of art to life.

Public Art 360

Initiatives

Public Art 360

Developing the world’s most comprehensive and holistic study that both quantitatively and qualitatively defines the impacts and benefits of public art.

One Earth

Initiatives

One Earth

UAP’s ‘One Earth’ initiative represents our commitment to creating a strategy to become a FutureNormal™ organisation.

Industry 4.0

Initiatives

Industry 4.0

Exploring the potential of robotics, visions systems and user-centred software interfaces for artwork design and bespoke manufacturing.

Artist Residency

Initiatives

Artist Residency

Giving artists the resources and space to explore and extend their practice whilst fostering a collaborative relationship with our designers and craftspeople.

Incredible Things Global Issue 03

Featuring
Reuben Paterson • Maya Lin • Mia Pearlman • Ben Quilty • Thomas J. Price • Shen Fan • Gu Wenda • Zheng Chongbin • John Nicholson • Yang Yongliang • Eva Hild • Huang Zhiyang • Carly Scoufos • Nick Ervinck • Xu Sheng • Jon Campbell