Boiling Point #13 is out now and can be found inside Indesign magazine Issue 40. Here we take a look at the Norman Disney & Young workplace by e+ architecture in Melbourne
November 23rd, 2009
The new issue of Boiling Point #13 features the new Norman Disney & Young workplace by e+ architecture in Melbourne, where it’s a case of practice what you preach for this engineering firm.
An industrial aesthetic was the order of the day for this engineering company. Architects e+ chose to expose the services of the building, mechanical, electrical and hydraulic to create an edgy, contemporary, hardwired vision that is perfectly matched by the installment of the high tech HydroTap by Zip Industries.
Boiling Point magazine Issue 13 highlights this project by e+ architecture and also includes reviews of Brisbane’s finest waterfront apartments by Mirvac Design, a new workplace by Woods Bagot in London and InterfaceFLOR’s sustainable new showroom in Sydney.
Your copy of Boiling Point 13 is inserted into the November issue of Indesign magazine, Issue 40. A pdf version is also available to download here (1.2MB).
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