Fretard Design designs bubble tea store Tealive

Fretard Design was commissioned to produce Australia’s first Tealive store, introducing the successful Malaysian bubble tea company to Melbourne’s CBD. The practice has presented a colourful tea stop in the city’s largest transit hub, Southern Cross Station, and the project is a visually stimulating space of vibrant purples and yellow that attracts customers and energises […]

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Designwall: 52 Collins Street lobby

In realigning the lobby of 52 Collins Street in Melbourne’s CBD with both the Heritage of the building and character of the Paris end of Collins Street, SJB infused the space with elements of surprise and glamour. The project comprises a two-storey Heritage volume and contemporary commercial tower. Léo Terrando, SJB Interiors director and project […]

Designwall: LCI Melbourne

In the heart of Collingwood, one of Melbourne’s quintessential creative hubs, sits a new design institute, LCI Melbourne. The campus forms part of the global education network LCI Education, which is committed to providing high quality, creative education in a collaborative environment with close connections to industry. The new campus was designed by Melbourne-based architecture […]

Nike’s Sydney Office Overhaul

Softening an industrial interior aesthetic, while working within strictly defined brand constraints, provided a challenge for the design team charged with remodelling global sports brand Nike’s Sydney office. Melbourne-based practice Project 12 Architecture was part of a successful joint venture team comissioned to remodel Nike’s Sydney office. The 580-square metre office accommodates approximately 20 employees […]

Inside Woods Bagot’s New York studio

Small but perfectly formed







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