Bold colour blocking combines with natural timbers, patterned flooring and the greenery of a central void to reflect the PEXA brand at its futuristic workplace in Collins Square, Melbourne.
Functional and rational, thePix Residence addition is open yet inclusive - a singular communal space. Opening to the north, it pays homage to the sun, creating a light-filled, happy space.
The Sydney café embraces its original Heritage fabric, including English-style common bond brickwork and decorative timber battens, elements that are enhanced by natural and classic materials such as timber, marble, zinc and steel.
Despite the Bondi II's coastal setting, the owners didn’t want a typical beach house. Spread over three levels, it includes a craft room, music room, a library that doubles as a guest room, and a cinema room, draped in blue velvet, with blue carpet and blue walls.
"It’s not every day that a client allows you to use Rachel Whiteread’s Ghost House, Grayson Parry pottery and Paul Smith suits as inspiration for their HQ.” Working closely with Saatchi & Saatchi, Jump Studios has taken a 9200 square metre, seven-storey blank canvas, and created a bespoke workspace that brings the brand's unique character to life.
In a row of workers’ cottages, there is one Dark Horse – a handsome creature, designed by Melbourne-based practice Architecture Architecture.
The Avalon Beach Apartment involves a complete renovation to a tired, original 1970s two-bedroom apartment located in the relaxed, picturesque Northern Beaches of Sydney. The brief was simple: provide a more functional apartment to better suit a professional couple and their beloved bulldog.
St Monica’s Senior Centre saw the modernisation of a 1917 heritage building. Our contextually driven design reconceptualised an underutilised courtyard into a central modern learning environment which unifies six learning areas and a presentation space catering for over 150 Year 5 and 6 students. Our brief was to create a sophisticated and mature space for […]
Lim + Lu’s design concept for restaurant KASA began with the exploration of what it means to be deeply rooted in Hong Kong culture, with ideas of Cha Chaan Teng (literally 'tea restaurant'), wet markets, and neon light-filled streetscapes immediately coming to mind.
The demands of modern working life show no sign of abating, however forward-thinking employers are increasingly looking to workplace design to play a positive role in the wellbeing of their employees, whilst improving productivity and reinforcing brand positioning and company values at the same time. One such business is Melbourne property developer PDG who appointed […]