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Closer Productions + Hassell Architects = New Services Partnership

Closer Productions have recently teamed up with HASSELL; one of Australia’s leading architectural firms, to produce a film about the Learning Hub - an exciting new building commissioned by the Adelaide University. The success of the film has led to a new partnership between Closer and Hassell. Principle Architect Chris Watson wrote some nice words about working with us.

 


 "HASSELL discovered CLOSER PRODUCTIONS after viewing their impressive promotional work for the Adelaide Festival Centre's 'Sharing Every Stage' campaign. We knew we had struck gold.

 

Their talent for story telling made them an obvious choice to produce a film that went beyond the usual 3-D architectural fly-through, to tell the genesis story of the creation of our recently completed Learning Hub for the University of Adelaide.

As architects and designers, we are often accused (quite rightly) of ‘waffling on’ about issues irrelevant to all but other architects and designers. We found the CLOSER team had the ability to understand the ‘waffle’ and able to cut through and present it in a way that would be interesting to the rest of the population.

 

We are immensely proud of our work at the Learning Hub, and delighted with the film CLOSER produced for us.

 

 I reckon the guys are destined for big things (which is a worry for me because then we won’t be able to afford them)"

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