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.
May 29th, 2017
Cult – Fritz Hansen Lobby Chair, Space Lobby Table, Informal Carl Hansen Chairs and Tables
Hub Furniture – Moroso Lobby Chair and Table
Steelcase – Gesture Task Chair
Schiavello – Workstations Storage
Stylecraft – Catifa Meeting Chairs, Biava Easy Chair and Gher Coffee Table
Wilkhahn – Boardroom Graph Chair and Confair Folding Table
Jardan – Seb and Ned armchairs, Pearl and Maggie Chairs and Flynn Stool
Zenith Interiors – Copine Chair and Tables and meeting tables
Living Edge – Lineal Lounge and work sofa
Janie Collins – Outdoor chairs
Envoy – Whiteboards
Saba – Stone flooring and walling
Bland2Brilliant – Stone seating
Surface Archetypes – Feature ceiling
Alucobond – Park ceiling
Metz – Tiling
Tim Fabrics – Acoustic panels
Interface – Carpet tile
Armstrong – Ceiling tile
Laminex – Cubicle laminate
Armadillo & Co – Rugs
Cairns Marble and Granite – Marble
Forbo – Furniture laminate and pinboards
CASF – Benchtops
Brittons – Timber
Geo Flooring – Rubber
Fletco – Carpet
Stonespec – Stone
Artedomus – Tile
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