Gray Puksand recently celebrated Party 2016 in their 25th Year at Vue de Monde, Melbourne with clients and supporters from the Australian property and design industry.
October 12th, 2016
Founding Partner Robert Puksand reflected on Gray Puksand’s well cemented reputation as a leading Australian Architecture, Interior Design and Graphic Design Practice with representation nationally and clients worldwide. Robert is thrilled to commence Gray Puksand’s next 25 years in a time that is experiencing arguably the most radical period of change in design history.
Partner Heidi Smith discussed Gray Puksand’s role as designers to be future ready, co-creators who are acutely aware how design affects the way people learn, live, work and experience the world. Heidi acknowledged and welcomed the evolution of clients who are more well versed with design and increasingly understand the ability of designers to use their talents and perspective to expose opportunities.
Guests experienced a Virtual Reality Presentation of Gray Puksand’s projects Deakin University Centre for Advanced Design in Engineering Training (CADET), LCI Education Academy of Design Australia, Metro Trains Workspace and Shaw Contract Design Lab Showroom.
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