The Subiaco home of Red Meets Blue Design is a delightful combination of colour and customised and collector pieces.
May 17th, 2011
Perth-based digital branding agency Red Meets Blue spent 8 months turning 2 newly acquired adjoining spaces into a creative studio.
The in-house design team was keen to incorporate a minimalist aesthetic – inspired by a stint in New York – and an individual touch representative of the brand philosophy.
“Our goal was to create a space that clients loved being in, and that our team were inspired to work in,” said John Cinquina, Managing Director of Red Meets Blue.
A 3.6 metre lomography shot of the New York City skyline takes pride of place in the work area.
Polished concrete floors are offset by internally-designed timber furniture made by local craftsmen – including custom-made plywood workbenches and a 3 metre long boardroom table veneered in an African zebrano wood.
The colours red and blue are recurring motifs throughout the design, appearing in wall graphics and in a Red Meets Blue logo rug in the customer waiting area.
Careful attention to design detail creates a vibrant, creative atmosphere in a space that inspires the company to evolve and grow.
Photography by Robert Frith
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