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"MPA won the competitive tender for Microsoft based off the team’s experience, allocated resource commitment and design innovation that was demonstrated during the tender period. MPA showed early on that this was not just talk, but action and they quickly followed through with their full commitment to Microsoft and the fitout with the attention required to make such a detailed, complex and hi-tech project come together so efficiently. MPA were quick to offer solutions at every stage of the project and illustrated experience and knowledge in developing the complex design and construct elements of the project to Microsoft’s satisfaction. Collaboration and technical expertise across the entire project team was the only way Microsoft’s new headquarters would come close to meeting client expectations – thank you MPA for being a crucial part of the project team and contributing to the delivery of Microsoft’s vision, we are absolutely delighted with the outcome!"

Colliers International Adam Howard, National Director – Project Leaders


MPA Supports First Nations Runway at Melbourne Fashion Festival 2023

Early this year MPA were extremely proud to have been part of a consortium of fellow property industry businesses, alongside ADP Consulting, Architectus, and Slattery, to sponsor First Nations designers for the 2023 PayPal Melbourne Fashion Festival. This partnership represents our shared values and coming together to make an impact by creating pathways to a diverse and inclusive future. The PayPal Melbourne Fashion Festival is a celebration of creativity and all that Australian fashion has to offer. This year, the consortium sponsored the runway named "Urban Oasis" held on Wurundjeri Country at the Royal Exhibition Building. Urban Oasis was a celebration of leading and emerging First Nations designers alongside established and renegade street and conceptual designers to showcase a curation of leading Australian talent. Taking cues from global conversations and translating them into fashion for the elevated every day, Urban Oasis had a distinctive Australian edge. Incorporating notions of identity, social enterprise, politics, upcycling and customisation, this runway marked the debut for some of Australia's best emerging designers, while celebrating mainstays who continue to make their mark. In this video we hear from two designers from the showcase – Cassie Leatham from Yanggurdi and Corina Mur from Amber Days – as they discuss their experience and what is important to them as First Nations designers. MPA’s involvement in the PayPal Melbourne Fashion Festival and partnership with our property industry consortium represents our ongoing commitment to our RAP and focus on making a measurable impact that makes a difference.

Melbourne Fashion Festival 2022 Indigenous First Nations Program Consortium Partnership

MPA joins forces with other leading property and design firms to support Melbourne Fashion Festival’s First Nations Program and inaugural KIN Fashion Exhibition MPA is delighted to unite with leading design, property and construction firms Slattery, Architectus and Brookfield Properties in support of Melbourne Fashion Festival’s First Nations Runway and KIN Fashion Exhibition, sponsored by Kinaway Chamber of Commerce. The First Nations Program complements the MOB in Fashion employment pathways program led by Indigenous model and designer, Nathan McGuire. Held on the lands of the Wurundjeri people, the First Nations Runway will feature an all First Nations Designer line up. Presented by Vogue Australia and Samsung and also referred to as Runway 5, the event will be held on 11 March at ACMI in Federation Square, with two sell-out shows. Client Relations Director, Sarah Hogan said: “MPA is passionate about contributing to Australia’s community and cultural landscape. The Consortium’s partnership with MFF and Kinaway highlights our shared dedication to improving Aboriginal economies across multiple industries. We’re proud to be supporting emerging First Nations designers and celebrating Australia’s future of fashion.” The KIN Fashion Exhibition will showcase nine First Nations clothing and homeware designers. The space will include an exhibition of campaign imagery, along with designer bios and a central textile installation representing their work. This can be viewed from 3-12 March at Federation Square. The design, property and construction industries are widely committed to Reconciliation Action Plans. MPA is proud to be partnering with peers who each share a vision of exceeding the state government’s one percent employment target for Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander employees and supporting First Nations employment pathways across various industries. MPA is passionate about collaborating for impact and fostering inclusion. Our partnership with Many Rivers Microfinance Ltd helps grow indigenous business ownership and employment, and is an important pillar of our reconciliation journey. The Consortium has also contributed $10,000 towards a bursary to support the MOB in Fashion program, led by Nathan McGuire. Coverage: Architecture and Design