Woods Bagot takes a people-centred approach to Plenary’s new Melbourne office, using place-making strategies more often seen in urban and landscape projects.
BY Andrew McDonald
March 8th, 2018
Tags: Britton Timbers, Brittons, Criterion Industries, Gemwood, Kvadrat, Kvadrat Maharam, rc+d, tongue n groove, tonguengroove, Woodform, Woodform Architectural, Woods Bagot
Architect: Woods Bagot
Partitions, Criterion Industries
Timber floor, Tongue n Groove. Stained timber ceiling, Oak timber wall, Woodform Architectural. Timber battens, Britton Timbers. Rugs throughout, RC+D. Curtains, Kvadrat Maharam. Joinery throughout, Gemwood
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