Watermark Sydney has recently completed the colourful new offices for the National Film and Sound Archives in Sydney. The 400-m2 office in Pyrmont will soon be followed by a 300-m2 space in Melbourne. The company is also planning a 6,100-m2 office for tourism company Carnival Australia, who are behind cruise company P&O and Princess. The […]
August 18th, 2009
Watermark Sydney has recently completed the colourful new offices for the National Film and Sound Archives in Sydney. The 400-m2 office in Pyrmont will soon be followed by a 300-m2 space in Melbourne.
The company is also planning a 6,100-m2 office for tourism company Carnival Australia, who are behind cruise company P&O and Princess. The project in North Sydney will bring Carnival to Australian shores for the first time.
Watermark is also working on a new headquarters for vitamin company Blackmores, located in Warriewood. Watermark is creating a 25,000 m2 sustainable environment for the new offices, based around a “natural” theme for the company.
Other projects include a fit-out of Choice Magazine’s head office in Marrickville, and Mail Call Couriers in Mosman.
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