You are only limited by the people you surround yourself with. At Moda we believe in working with the best in the industry, creating collaborative experiences to achieve the highest level of innovation and design. Below are some of the creative people we like to surround ourselves with.
Carr Design Group, led by the highly-awarded Sue Carr, is one of Australia’s most influential architecture and interior design firms. For over 40 years, they have maintained a position as leaders of design practice and thinking. They deliver projects across Australia from their base in Melbourne.
Room 11 has a reputation for creating exquisite and specific architecture in Tasmania. They are the first Australian architecture firm to be selected to exhibit at the International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia, and their groundbreaking work has been published and awarded nationally and internationally. Influenced by superlative Tasmanian landscape typifies their work, with much of it viewed by industry professionals and keen observers as culturally significant.
Acre’s commitment is to transform each home into a sanctuary, a place of positivity, where the design eases the clients into unwinding, entertaining and enjoying.
Acre has a strong focus on high impact architectural details and quality hard surfacing materials which are softened and given character by emotive and textural plant palettes.
Since John Signorino started out in a modest Brunswick store at the age of 17, he has lived and breathed the tile and natural stone industry. 50 years later, Signorino’s stone experts are amongst Melbourne’s best. Their knowledge of stone and their origins enables them to recommend the perfect product for each Moda project.
Ewert Leaf design buildings with integrity. Having worked closely with developers for many years, they understand how to negotiate a result that respects both their design intent as well as the monetary bottom line.
Directors Will and Toby collaborate with their handpicked team of architects and interior designers, as well as external contractors, to design and build beautiful, sophisticated and enduring living environments.
Internationally renowned artist and sculptor Anna–Wili Highfield has eschewed the traditional gallery system with a trajectory that has taken her work from a local designer’s living room to the boutiques of Tiffany and Hermès.
Her works represent life in an immediate way that conveys the energy, movement and physical character of different creatures and her success lies in her ability to make motionless forms feel utterly alive.
Assembly is a Melbourne creative studio with a reputation for delivering sophisticated brands, effective design and personal attention. Boasting a senior team with extensive experience in the property sector they have a shared dedication to produce consistently high-calibre work. To Assembly, it’s not simply about design – it’s also about smart business. Beyond the work they produce, their clients enjoy the benefits of a trusted advisor, an enthusiastic collaborator and a consistently reliable creative partner.
Following several high profile awards including a Gold Medal win at the RHS Chelsea Flower show, Jack launched his successful landscape architecture studio. Jack enjoys close working relationships with many leading architects and developers, and is highly sought after as a partner on high-end, multi-residential projects. Jack Merlo takes pride in bringing a unique architectural approach to landscape design, creating spaces that people will appreciate for years to come.
The team at Alex Earl create lighting, furniture and sound products for both residential and commercial projects. Their philosophy has always been one of designing, planning and building everything from their workshop. Every Alex Earl product is proudly made in Melbourne and designed to last a lifetime.
Just Eco is a Melbourne-based company specialising in recycled and salvaged timbers. They source their stock from historical sites across Australia, by doing this they aim to conserve the environment by reducing waste and repurposing timber to give it a second life. This allows each of their products to tell an amazing story with its unique character.
Based in London, Jonathan creates prints with a distinctly graphic edge, reflecting his love of geometry, shape, and pattern. Working in a loose, organic way, abstract compositions are formed and ultimately develop as his printing process evolves. He has a keen eye for colour and layering techniques, masking some areas off while revealing flashes of intense colour in others.
Mr P Studios create 3D art that is inspiring, memorable and distinctive. Based in Melbourne, Australia, this team of highly skilled artists works with a diverse selection of clients from various fields – both local and international to develop quality 3D visualisations of unbuilt environments.
Stab is a Melbourne-based creative studio specialising in architectural visualisation. They blend realism and imagination to create compelling, high quality digital imagery of architectural and interior design concepts.
Synthesising architectural and photographic elements, Stab highlight each project’s exclusivity by accentuating its unique spectrum of colour, lighting and balance.
With a diverse multi-disciplinary background, Gareth Sobey is an Australian commercial and editorial photographer. A regular contributor for Monocle Magazine, Gareth works on location and in the studio with a range of Australian and international brands, publications and agencies. These include Melbourne Food & Wine Festival, Broadsheet, Gourmet Traveller and National Geographic Traveller.
Tom Ross is a Melbourne based photographer working on architecture and editorial projects. His empathetic and honest approach to the medium has seen him published internationally, working with the likes of; Dwell, Dezeen, Vice, National Gallery of Victoria, Wieden + Kennedy, Nike, Bloomberg Businessweek, Deakin University, Breathe Architecture, Fieldwork, Architecture Architecture, Kennedy Nolan, and Jackson Clements Burrows.
SIRAP look beyond the traditional rules of how and what moving image should be; in favour of speculating upon what moving image could be.
Established in 2013 by Paris Thomson, who, with a background in the creative and media industries, injects her experience from the journalism, television production and filmmaking worlds into the SIRAP ether. SIRAP’s philosophy is to distill fragments of our reality into beautifully crafted motion productions.