For over 30 years our team has been designing, developing and manufacturing innovative acoustics for the built environment—revolutionising the way acoustic treatments are applied within interior spaces. As passionate creators, we’re constantly tinkering with new concepts, and expanding our horizons.
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Beautiful acoustics for spaces where people live, work and learn.
Our acoustic solutions are designed to reduce and control reverberation and echo in building interiors, creating comfortable, acoustically balanced environments. The Autex Acoustics range offers a variety of treatments including wallcoverings, panels, baffles, and screens—easily customised to fit the requirements of your space.
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“As true believers of good design, we can’t sit still. We need to get our hands dirty, pushing the limits and testing the boundaries.” Backed by over 30 years of research and design expertise, Autex Acoustics reinvigorates their brand identity in 2021.
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How, as adults, do you design a hospital from a child’s perspective? That was the challenge given to the team behind Perth Children’s Hospital: JCY Architects and Urban Designers, Cox Architecture and Billard Leece Partnership (BLP), with HKS Inc.
With all this buzz around ‘human focused’ design, architects and designers are having to think far more creatively around how to best integrate ‘responsiveness’ into workplaces – especially if your client is a rapid live news outlet. For New Zealand firm Warren and Mahoney, the design of Television New Zealand’s new Auckland headquarters was driven by their interest in the ‘power of people’ and the translation of their collective behaviours into the built form.
The legal sector has traditionally adhered to a strict workplace hierarchy, with senior staff allotted a private office and entry-level employees assigned to the ‘open-plan’. Designed by Warren and Mahoney, the new head office for New Zealand law firm Russell McVeagh, challenges the antiquated workplace approach with a daring, material-rich agile strategy.
Workplaces are no longer just singular production hubs, but company showrooms used by and with clients. Designed by Davenport Campbell, the new KPMG headquaters in Barangaroo transforms the brave new world of agile working into a workplace to call home.