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Gold Coast Suns’ new training facility aims to break down segregation

The Gold Coast Suns Elite Training and Administration Facility was designed as a new home for the AFL team that breaks down the segregation of players, coaching staff and administrative staff. Designed by BVN the facility provides a new transparent and cohesive home for a young AFL team within the wider Gold Coast Sports Precinct. The ambition […]

Woods Bagot’s design for the Telethon Kids Institute

Woods Bagot’s design for the Telethon Kids Institute’s (TKI) office in WA aims to attract and retain the highest calibre researchers, practitioners, policymakers and funders. The relationship between client and practice began in 2011 when TKI engaged Woods Bagot to create a world-class progressive research workplace.  In developing the design narrative, Woods Bagot took subtle cues from […]

In pictures: ADR’s Workplace Design Trends breakfast event

ADR yesterday hosted a lively breakfast event where a panel of experts took a deep dive into our latest trend report on workplace design. Moderated by Carr interior design director Dan Cox, the panel featured Sarah Pazell, Humanscale consultant, Viva Health, Sonja Duric, principal of interiors, GroupGSA and David Constantine, director of design, Ellis Jones. The […]

Fujitsu’s new Melbourne HQ fuses Japanese heritage with a local flavour

When BLP designed Fujitsu Melbourne’s Headquarters, the brief was clear: to honour Fujitsu’s refined Japanese heritage and create a culture of ‘One Fujitsu’, while also incorporating the local Melbourne flavour into the design. BLP’s design took inspiration from Melbourne’s stylish population as a baseline, which manifests in the workplace in the form of crisp and […]

Molecule’s sibling workplace design for Escala Partners

Molecule Studio has designed a new workplace in Sydney for wealth management firm Escala Partners, which is a “sibling space” to the Melbourne HQ both in functional brief and aesthetic design.  The brief was to achieve a unique identity for the Sydney workplace, without creating a major deviation from the design characteristics executed in the […]

Davidov Architects designs studio to reflect its built work

Melbourne-based Davidov Architects’ new studio fit-out is the first purpose-designed space for the young practice. The team wanted to design a series of spaces that convey the architectural devices and general approach to space that is evolving in its built work. The interior is divided into two core spaces: a meeting room and a workroom, with […]

Rothelowman’s Mat Dalby unpacks technology-driven office design

Mat Dalby, principal of interiors at Rothelowman writes how technology-driven office design can help us work smarter. I don’t think there’s been a more exciting time since the industrial revolution to be alive. As one of those fortunate young people who knew what they wanted to do from really early on, I’ve been able to […]

Designing a modern medical office for a unique practice

Jeanne Schultz Design Studio has restored the interior of a 1950s building in Austin, Texas to its original use as a medical office through a series of sensitive architectural and design solutions. The client, a young up-and-coming plastic surgeon who specialises in facial feminisation and surgeries for transgender clients, was just establishing her practice and wanted to address the needs […]

Cox Architecture’s community focused workplace design

In Brisbane, Michelle Bailey visits the new workplace of Cardno designed by Cox Architecture and experiences community at its best. The Brisbane interior design studio of multidisciplinary Australian practice, Cox Architecture has recently reinvented the workplace of infrastructure and environmental services company, Cardno. The new Brisbane fitout explores notions of ‘community’, expressing these through a […]

Practice creates entrepreneurial design hub with new office fit-out.

Reflecting the entrepreneurial design firm’s hands-on approach to achieving best practice, Ewert Leaf secured, designed and moved into its dream office space over the course of four months. Located on the corner of Stead Street and Palmerston Crescent in leafy South Melbourne, the four-storey office enjoys panoramic views of Melbourne’s ever-changing cityscape with abundant natural […]

Group GSA designs ‘ante-office’ for innovation agency Agents of Spring

Group GSA has designed an ‘ante-office’ with an adaptable space that can easily morph into different functions and uses for research and innovation Agents of Spring. Striving for a different type of office space, Agents of Spring doesn’t have fixed desks, a reception and or meeting rooms, instead, it has one large creative space that morphs […]