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The Australian Design Review previews the NAB offices by Woods Bagot as part of our IDEA 2014 Shortlist series.
This project is just one of 120 current Australian designs featured in the highly anticipated book Life Spaces: Live Work Connect, 120 Award Winning Interiors from IDEA 2014.
To view this project in full, with a 400-page limited edition hardback book of this year’s IDEA winners, order your copy of Life Spaces: Live Work Connect.
Design Practice: Woods Bagot
Photography: Shannon McGrath
Comprising a technology-enabled space that supports physical and virtual synchronicity, parallel processes and collaboration across a matrix organisation, Woods Bagot’s design takes a real-time working approach, a team-based theory of work that uses information age mobility and virtual working capabilities to harness the energy of teams within a work environment of their choosing.
The Single Curve bar stool by Nendo is a refined adaption of Japanese minimalism cleverly fusing the traditional style of the Gebruder Thonet Vienna GmbH.