Moving ‘uptown’ from five floors to a single open studio, Denton Corker Marshall has eschewed the popularist office palette of soft pastels and soothing timbers. “It’s a fairly stripped back fit-out, but it’s honest and conveys the way we work, as much as how we design,” says DCM’s founding director and architect, Barrie Marshall.
An architect’s own studio is always a project close to the heart. For Melbourne practice K2LD – it was all about creating a space that allows the staff to flourish.
Studio 103 is relatively fresh to the Australian design landscape, but it’s a growing business with ambitious vision. Here’s how this new design arm has single-handedly built itself a home and established a global reputation in the process.
A thoroughly tech-savvy studio space with lots of opportunity for socialising is right on brand for this ultra-connected architectural practice.
More than just a workplace for employees, Hayball’s new Sydney studio welcomes family and community members and serves as a prototype for testing and developing ideas.
Getting a glimpse into the inner workings, and design, of an architecture practice, fulfils a voyeurism for many in the industry. Brooke Lloyd, director – head of interior design at Cox Brisbane, opens up about the process taken when redoing the practice’s own office. And as you can imagine, it’s all about diplomacy and democracy meeting design.