Tapping into the rise of the 15 minute city, SJB’s latest commercial project involves the adaptive reuse of an industrial building, in a suburb 5 kilometres south of Sydney’s CBD.
What use does the idle office have, if we’re all working from home? Sim-Plex Design Studio proposes an adaptive spatial solution for hybrid working.
The adaptive reuse of Paris’ former commodities exchange into a contemporary art museum, the Bourse de Commerce – Pinault Collection by Tadao Ando, is something else.
Known for their talent in adaptive re-use, Linehouse brings new vision to an under-utilised indoor pool at Jing’an Kerry Centre in Shanghai.
The interstitial spaces of the architecturally iconic Bourse de Commerce, in Paris, are now seen in a whole new light thanks to Studio Bouroullec x Flos Bespoke.
Woods Bagot has conquered its competition in the bid to design the adaptive reuse of Penrith’s former Council Chambers into a new commercial building set to revitalise the CBD.
A former chocolate factory in the Haymarket district of Sydney has been refurbished to become a boutique new office building designed by Make Architects.
True or false: it’s possible to design and execute a contemporary office fitout that is equal parts thrifty, sustainable and stylish?
A worthy investment has seen NSW commit $5 million to see The Gunnery, the heritage-listed home of Artspace, undergo a state-of-the-art redevelopment.
State of Kin has designed a new space for Bodyscape Yoga that enriches the body and the soul through expert interior design.
What happens when you put twenty of San Francisco’s best interior designers in one huge old house and assign them each a room, with carté blanche?