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Interface is a leading global commercial flooring company with a fully integrated collection of carpet tiles and resilient flooring. Our modular system helps customers create beautiful interior spaces while positively impacting the people who use them and our planet.

Our mission, Climate Take Back™, invites the industry to join us as we commit to running our business in a way that is restorative to the planet and creates a climate fit for life. 


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All aboard! Interface’s new Sydney HQ transforms a heritage-listed railway building

After taking +Positive Spaces around the world, Interface is designing the change it wants to see in the world in its new headquarters in Sydney, Australia.

INDE.Awards 2017

A look back: INDE.Awards 2017 winners and themes

Your INDE.Awards Official Shortlist for 2018 is about to be announced. We cast our eyes back to the successful entries of 2017. What new directions will 2018 bring?

Celebrating the new home of Wilkhahn

After 12 years in Alexandria, the design experts at Wilkhahn have celebrated the move to not one but two new homes – a state of the art manufacturing facility in Riverwood, and an all new world class showroom in Surry Hills.

SID17: What Went Down At The Venue?

Global design fairs usually occupy dull exhibition halls, where besuited visitors trudge down rows of same-same stands. SO. BORING. This is why every year at Sydney Indesign, we turned things up a notch at The Venue: one location with one enormous lineup! And it was truly stellar…

Monash College International Business School by Jackson Clements Burrows

From ‘teacher focused’ to ‘student focused’, we are now able to customise and personalise our educational needs. How then, is our industry responding to these new educational models and typologies focused around Hubs, Labs and Crowd-Sharing?

Meet The Calyx, The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney’s New Horticultural Display Centre

See how The Calyx, The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney’s New Horticultural Display Center, designed by PTW Architects, has blossomed into a world-class attraction, landing a 2017 Good Design Award.

BCG Digital Ventures by Carr | Indesignlive

BCG Digital Ventures By Carr: “You Wanna Learn? Then It’s Time To Get Uncomfortable.”

Change is uncomfortable – agonising even, but non-negotiable in modern professional culture. Here, design has a responsibility to create spaces that not only allow change to happen, but that make the otherwise thorny process of ‘self-education’ an engaging, positive one.

Part #3: The After Party At The INDE.Awards Gala Night

The official INDE.Awards Gala night was capped off by an epic after party – one that hosted over 500 of the Asia Pacific’s design community, truly representing the unity of our industry across all countries across South-East Asia.

Part #2: The Official Ceremony At The INDE.Awards Gala Night

The inaugural INDE.Awards ceremony was a wonderful celebration of our regions greatest design talent, only possible through the support of the official jury, entrants and event partners and sponsors.

INDE.Awards 2017 | Indesignlive

Who Won At The Inaugural INDE.Awards?

On Friday 30th June, we announced winners of the very first INDE.Awards program. Couldn’t make it? Don’t stress! Here are your offIcial 2017 winners…

Is It Time We Redefined ‘Sustainability’?

When we talk about sustainability there’s a very compelling argument to take a more holistic approach. Just look at Interface and the huge impact it has had not only on the environment but the economies of small communities throughout the developing world.

INDE.Awards 2017: The Influencer Shortlist | Indesignlive

The INDE.Awards Influencer: What Makes Them So Influential?

Say Hello to your Shortlist for The Influencer 2017 – a collection of our industry’s most exceptional people, products, projects and ideas. But what is it exactly that makes them so influential?

How Can Nature Influence Human Nature?

The rise of biophilic design is seeing A+D reconnect the ‘designed world’ with the ‘non-designed world’.

Photography: Emily Morter

Invisible Citizens: Designing for the Disabled

Have we failed to provide equal access and equal opportunity for the disabled community? Where can A+D improve?

It’s Official: Announcing The INDE.Awards 2017 Shortlist

Over 400 projects, people, products and ideas were submitted for the 2017 INDE.Awards, demonstrating the strength and prowess of architects and designers across the Asia Pacific. Want to see who made history?

Why Design Needs A Narrative: The Power of Storytelling

The power of storytelling is integral to all creative pursuits and never, in our identity crisis post-digital age, has the need for storytelling been more central to the world of A+D. But how exactly can the concept of the design narrative be used effectively, and why is it so important?

Dance For Life 2017 Went Off!

After a brief hiatus from the spotlight, Dance For Life returned to Sydney for an epic designer showdown!

Futurespace’s Education Centre Offers Pre-Schoolers a Seamless Transition

The role of A+D in the early childhood education sector is becoming increasingly crucial. But, in what can be a high-stress environment for child and parent alike, how have we responded to ensure that our youngest end-users can experience confidence early in their educational career?

A Failure to Lead: How the BCA’s Environmental Responsibilities are Falling to Other Groups

The Building Code of Australia is beginning to show that standards of best practice in sustainability across the country are below par.

Cisco Systems Office by Futurespace and SCA Design

Futurespace and SCA Design help Cisco Systems get agile

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Red Energy Melbourne

Pavilions, hubs, neighbourhoods, precincts and the like are fast becoming a popular staple in the agile workplace diet – but why? In their latest project for Red Energy Melbourne, iconic studio Carr sees the significance of these spaces as allowing users to claw back some personal ownership of their working environment.

Frankston Primary School by Chaulk

Frankston Primary School Early Learning Centre

Chaulk Studio has broken down the walls of traditional closed-off classrooms by creating interconnected and adaptable learning and play spaces for interaction and exploration.

NAB Place

The National Australia Bank’s (NAB) Brisbane Headquarters, NAB Place, designed by global architecture firm, Woods Bagot, sets a new benchmark in collaborative workplace environments.

St Aidan’s Anglican Girls School

With renewed emphasis on collaboration and active participation, Cox Architecture was engaged to renovate St Aidan’s Anglican Girls School’s existing arts precinct – originally built in the 1960s – into the new Innovation and Design Hub.

Suncorp

Sometimes the most highly evolved designs are incomplete. When conceptualising the new Suncorp headquarters in Sydney, the interiors team at Geyer worked to the idea of ‘designing to 80%’. The result is a radical take on the oft-used idea of workplace flexibility. While the building caters to the needs of its residents in the present, it comprehensively avoids dictating what these needs will be in the future.

Mirvac HQ

When builder/developer Mirvac decided half-way through the development process for the EY Centre at 200 George Street, Sydney to move their headquarters into six levels of the building, it was a vote of confidence in their own project.

Karratha Central Healthcare by CODA Studio/Cox Architecture

Designers are working in an exciting health and aged-care climate where the very definitions of the sectors are being questioned, challenged and redefined. Cox Architecture’s (formerly CODA Studios) joyous and uplifting design of Karratha Central Healthcare is a strong example of a multi-dimensional health facility providing medical services and training opportunities that contribute to the improved health and wellbeing of the regional community.

Cockburn ARC by DWP

How can a single space simultaneously serve the needs of healthcare, education and community at all levels? In their most recent project for Cockburn ARC, dwp create the ultimate cross-sector blueprint for a hybrid health, fitness, education, community and culture centre for professional, intermediate and beginner users.

Gilbert + Tobin Barangaroo by Woods Bagot

Design that reflects its local environment is a huge focus for practising architects and designers, and Sydney’s Barangaroo development is a hotbed for this kind of thinking. Gilbert + Tobin’s new Barangaroo workplace, designed by Woods Bagot, draws inspiration from the rich history and landscape of the site, while nestling nicely into Sydney’s new commercial identity.

Russell McVeagh Auckland by Warren and Mahoney

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.

PwC Melbourne by Futurespace

The old-school ‘client showroom’ is in desperate need of a shake-up – but where to start? Designed by Futurespace, PwC’s new Melbourne headquaters is purpose-built to break down traditional barriers between staff and clients. The results are extraordinary.

BEON Energy Solutions (Powercor CitiPower) by Siren Design

What are the principles and strategies behind designing for incidental staff collisions and chance encounters? Siren Design maps out its creative thinking and approach for Powercor CitiPower’s BEON Energy Solutions, Melbourne: a purpose built workplace which encourages its staff to ‘interact’ and ‘collide’.

Western Sydney University, by Woods Bagot

Integrated technology might be commonplace in the workplace, but in education spaces it’s still a fairly new phenomenon. At Western Sydney University, Woods Bagot’s vertical campus design raises the bar in more ways than one.

480 Queen Street Brisbane, featuring BHP Billiton by BVN

What happens when private business goes public – in a commercial design sense, that is? Brisbane’s most recent commercial addition, 480 Queen Street by BVN, is designed to create a sense of community inclusiveness. It’s a new-think approach to the traditional public-versus-private model.

KPMG Headquarters Barangaroo by Davenport Campbell

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.

Garden State Hotel by Techne Architecture + Interior Design

What does it take to redesign a tried and tested model? For centuries, the iconic Australian pub has shaped our country’s communities, quenching the thirsts of millions of Aussies and offering social solace at the end of a long, hard day. This side of the new century, our shifting lifestyles, played out in the concrete jungles of our capital cities, has bred a new brand of beer o’clock. But just how ‘refreshing’ is it?

Harry The Hirer, Melbourne, by SJB Interiors

How are designers problem solving the often opposing needs of the one-size-fits-all space? Harry The Hirer is a solid success story in puzzling together a series of complex needs.

Jemena Melbourne by Woods Bagot

In an era where technology and the ‘digerati’ rules all, we feel a strong need to make close online connections with the world at large. But how does this sense of connectivity and community translate to the physical workplace, and by extension, its design? In Jemena’s new Melbourne headquaters, seven floors and 800+ people have offered up a juicy challenge in exploring how design might create a sense of communal familiarity in a large-scale environment.


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