Practice Profile

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Woodhead is a leading Australian-based international design group playing a significant role in shaping places and spaces in Australia, Asia & Europe.

  • Woolworths Supports Office

    Woodhead was engaged as architects for the base building and fitout for an integrated accommodation solution for Woolworth’s corporate headquarters. The project was the cultural amalgamation of a fiscally strong although disconnected company. The support facilities were previously located in 8 separate locations around Sydney. The new support office unites the people to optimize one […]

  • Royal Women’s Hospital

    Woodhead, in association with DesignInc, was commissioned to design the new $250 million Royal Women’s Hospital in Melbourne as part of a successful PPP bid by the Bilfinger Berger – Baulderstone / Royal Women’s Health Partnership. The Royal Women’s Hospital provides whole of life and design efficiencies that will continue to service the building. The […]

  • Place Brougham

    Located at one of Adelaide’s finest addresses, Place on Brougham is the most luxurious and exclusive apartments ever seen in the Adelaide property market. The hotel interior was completely gutted and redeveloped to create 89 luxury apartments and two ‘super sky homes’. Woodhead designed the interiors for all apartments, working collaboratively with French Interior Designer, […]

  • Pinnacles Interpretive Centre

    The Pinnacles Interpretive Centre is designed to respond to the particulars of place and program. In this instance, the place is the Pinnacles Desert, the program, to interpret Western Australia’s most visited tourist icon. The Pinnacles Desert, a collection of limestone pinnacles, is a strange enigmatic landscape which resonates with visitors from around the world. […]

  • Changi Airport Terminal 3, Singapore

    The interior architecture for Changi Airport’s new Terminal 3 en compasses four levels above ground, L1 Arrivals, L2 Departures, L3 Landside Retail Mezzanine and L4 Viewing Platform. The design applies principles of ‘social and sensory’ elements to create a memorable airport experience, characterised by a Singaporean ‘sense of place’, reinforcing user friendliness and amenity. This […]