Blok Furniture and Woods Bagot Brisbane create a comfy chill-out area for Mackay Clinical School medical students.
February 2nd, 2011
James Cook University’s 5th and 6th year medical students have a new space to relax, study and take a break between classes at Mackay Base Hospital’s Clinical School, thanks to Blok Furniture and Woods Bagot Brisbane.
The JCU Clinical School’s revamp forms part of a $408 million redevelopment of the hospital, a major expansion of health services for the north Queensland community.
Blok Furniture’s custom lounges, side tables and multi-purpose ottomans provide an inviting area for students to mingle and relax in between lectures.
Bespoke tables on glides are designed to slide over upholstered pieces to provide a flat surface for laptops, notebooks or a cup of coffee.
Brisbane-based Blok has created site-specific furniture for many Australian universities.
Blok’s hardwearing and functional pieces, with their clean lines and contemporary detailing, are perfect for break-out areas, public seating spaces and meeting rooms.
Designer Richard Park has developed a reputation for crafting affordable, quality Australian-made products.
With an ever-expanding range and growing portfolio of custom projects for interior designers and architects, Blok continues to provide innovative solutions for both commercial and residential environments.
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