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Elenberg Fraser is not your average architecture firm. The integrated design practice fuses art and science to create luxury resorts, distinctive hotels and sensory restaurants from regional hubs in Melbourne, Sydney and Hanoi. In a world where everything tends towards similarity, Elenberg Fraser projects stand in relief. Our brief was to establish a digital footprint for the practice that interrogated convention and captured the spirit of the practice. Through a process of digital discovery, we identified the functional and strategic objectives for the site while identifying a unique way of telling the our client's story.

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