Unispace Headquarters Melbourne, by Unispace

How can ‘smart workplaces’ stay flexible when advancements in integrated technology move so quickly? Unispace’s new Melbourne studio exhibits a built-in fluid and mutable working style that transcends the clunkiness of faddish design trends and wire-driven technology.


May 29th, 2017


Shannon McGrath



Wilkhahn – Workspace, boardroom chairs, boardroom credenza, graph meeting and boardroom tables
Living Edge – Meeting room, business lounge chairs, Eames Chair, Eames Wire-base Table, La Chance Borghese Coffee Table
Stylecraft – Quiet room chairs
Cult – Copenhagen Barstool
Humanscale – Quiet room desk
Zenith Interiors – Lab workbench

NDY Lighting – Neons, LEDs and signage

Demar Project Panels – Chalkboard locker doors
The Andrews Group – Bolon Floor Finish
Gibbon Group – Meeting room carpet and workspace carpet
Cavalier Bremworth – Business lounge rug
Signature Flooring – Quiet pod carpet, butler pantry flooring
Boyac – Curtain fabric
NSW Leather Co – Leather finishes
Febrik – Various upholstery
Viridian Glass – Smoked finished glass
Laminex – Laminate throughout
Surface Squared – Whiteboard surfaces
Dulux – Paint throughout
Armstrong Ceilings – Ceiling grid
Baltic Stone – Various stone finishes
Havwoods – Various timber joinery
Pangea Flooring – Tarrazzo Floor Finish
Woven Image – Echo panle pinboard

Fixed & Fitted
Andi-Co Australia – Leibherr Fridge
Appliances Online – Fisher & Paykel Fridge and Electric Oven, Electrolux dishwasher
Omega – Integrated microwaves
Reece – Small sink
Zip Industries – Zip tap
Vola – Island bench mixer, puck system hooks
Phoenix Tapware – Butler’s pantry mixer

Get the full story in Indesign Magazine Issue #68, or read more here. 

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