What our clients say

At Curio Projects we love working with clients and projects to create new places and spaces that seamlessly incorporate and celebrate the heritage values that site users and communities hold close.

As a relative novice to the world of Heritage and that categorised as ‘State Significant’, Curio Projects provided a clear pathway to navigate the process, and more importantly the appreciation of what we are dealing with from a Heritage and Interpretation perspective, in undertaking development within the Locomotive Workshop Eveleigh.  


Natalie Vinton’s depth of experience on both sides of the process, Government and Client/consultant side, enables Curio in providing clear advice and guidance in the evaluation and preparation of Heritage related development applications, a mandatory requirement in dealing with SSDA applications. That aside, the appreciation of building History, Fabric and the ‘Stories’ that are intrinsic to Heritage buildings, is an inherent part of the way in which Curio operate as a consultant firm.


Personally I have learnt an immense amount around Heritage appreciation, have turned the corner, and have no hesitation in recommending Curio Projects for our next Heritage related development, and for your own where required, should the need for an understanding, cooperative and professional approach to Heritage arise.


Senior Project Design Manager

Australian Technology Park

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It is without hesitation that I can recommend Curio Projects for heritage design advice and archaeological services.

Natalie and her team provide hands on experience and expertise from project inception to completion.  It’s the combination of both technical and creative thinking that deliver their outstanding results. My long standing working relationship confirms that Curio Projects is not only capable and creative, but leaders in their professions.