Interior Design: Brave

February 10, 2010

An informal, open office interior designed for an advertising agency, with windows shaped like retro televisions.

Award-winning advertising agency, Brave has relocated its office premises from Manly to North Sydney and has undertaken a major transformation to incorporate a funky and retro office design.

Brave’s new premises comprise 750sqm and includes a combined reception/breakout space, a large boardroom, a small meeting room, five offices and 40 workstations.

The brief was to design an open, fun and informal office space that made visitors feel they had entered a creative working environment – and it needed to be achieved to a stringent budget. The floor-to-ceiling windows, which look like large retro televisions, give the space a creative edge, which appealed to the clients.

GroupGSA custom built all of the workstations, the reception desk and seating, and reused existing office furniture to keep costs to a minimum.

*Team* Designer: Kate McCann

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