Melbourne Conservatorium of Music

The eight-floor $105 million Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, designed by John Wardle Architects, features a 443-seat cantilevering auditorium, a 200-seat studio and a range of rehearsal spaces and studios for teaching, performing, recording and research.

Prime undertook the supply, installation, testing and commissioning of the electrical system. This included security systems, providing cabling for the theatre audio/visual, solar PV systems, automated lighting control, communication systems and more.

Wanting photos to display on their website, but also submit to the electrical awards, Primes commissioned us to photograph the building, showing off their handiwork.

Client – Prime Electrical & Data Services
Services – Photography
Category – Architecture
Year – 2019
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Thank you to Red Brick Media for the amazing shots of MCM, Anthony paid great attention to detail, he was able to capture all the unique lighting design elements throughout the building that we required.
— Prime Electrical & Data Services