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Lonely Planet Melbourne by Siren Design

Siren Design’s quirky and inventive design for Lonely Planet’s new iconic headquarters in Melbourne, is a veritable ‘world on a shoestring’. Let the interactive brand journey begin!

  • Sliding walls link adjoining Japanese-themed boardrooms.

  • Borneo-themed break out booths feature digital and living plants as well as tree root carpet

  • Lonely Planet blue sets off a monochromatic Melbourne mural in the light filled upstairs kitchen.



BY David Congram

May 29th, 2017


Architect
Siren Design

Photography
Tom Blachford 

Builder
Capabuild

Service Engineer
Aston Consulting

Furniture
Curious Grace – Hourglass Side Table, breakout tennis table and chairs
Alloyfold – Lobby seating
Stylecraft – Lobby stools, boardroom chairs and breakout table
Cafe Culture + Insitu – Pedrali Plus Chair, Bellawood Table
Home Concepts – Argyle Chairs
Something Beginning With – Stackable Zac Chair, Baso Coffee Table
Map Furniture – Rio Chair
IKEA – Sick bay bed
Brayco – Wire shelf
Planex – Cabinets
Schiavello – Table box
Krost – Dart Table

Lighting
Artefact Industries – Collaboration booth lights, Taxi Light and custom project light
Zizo Home – Scissor Pendant
Catapult – Breakout lighting
Fat Shack Vintage – Breakout balcony lighting
Cafe Culture + Insitu – Meeting room lighting

Finishes
All Plastics – Lobby screens
New Turf – Artificial lawn
DAAC Holdings – Massage room curtains
Passo Flooring – Custom printed carpet
Laminex – Laminated joinery throughout
Dulux – Paint throughout
Instyle – Printed pinboards
Polyflor – Rubber tiles
Caesarstone – Sleek concrete
Surface Squared – Collaboration table finish
Classic Ceramics – Wall tiles
Elton Group – Wallpaper
House of Bamboo – Boardroom bamboo weave

Fixed & Fitted
Creative Design Shop – Retail shelving
Justboards – Whiteboards

Read more about this project here.

Get the full story in Indesign Magazine Issue #67.


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