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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.



BY David Congram

May 29th, 2017


Architect
Woods Bagot

Photographer
Shannon McGrath

Furniture
Zenith Interiors – Workfloor task chair, stackable training room chair, recliner lounge, collaboration sofa and chair and small side table
Living Edge – Meeting chair and focus task chair
Wilkhahn – Reception desk chair, executive task chair and boardroom chair
Space Furniture -Waiting ‘Jade’ chair
Hub Furniture – Reception lounges
Stylecraft – Break out chairs, executive office meeting chair, collaboration pod, small stool, tables (dining, folding, coffee, meeting, learning lab, training, workfloor, collaboration and CEO meeting)
Dedece – Break out stool
Jardan – Executive dining and lounge chair, CEO lounge
Cult – High dining stool, CEO and chairman desks, collaboration table
Seton Australia – First aid bed
Schiavello – Round dining table
Koskela – Dining bench
Haworth – Boardroom guest table
Dexion – SCADA Workbench and open shelving
Officeworks – Laptop table and bins
Tait – Planters throughout
CSM – Storage lockers
HVG – Magnetic whiteboard

Lighting
Stylecraft – Desk lamp
Space Furniture – Floor lamps
Great Dane Furniture – Floor lamps
Cafe Culture + Insitu – Floor lamps
Koda Lighting – Control room desk lamp

Finishes
Interface – Carpet tiles throughout
Rugs Carpet + Design – Rug
Bolon – Vinyl flooring throughout
Altro – Kitchen flooring
Forbo Flooring Systems – First aid flooring
Caesarstone – Stone throughout
Tile Citi – Lobby tiles
Artedomus – Executive tiles
Academy Tiles – Kitchen mosaic tiles
Kvadrat Maharam – Upholstery throughout
Baron Forge – Feature wall lining
Melbourne Safety Glass – Light grey writing table surface
Laminex – Writable and projectable surface, laminate throughout
Woodcut – Timber throughout
Dulux – Paint throughout

Read the full story in Indesign Magazine issue #67.


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