For this Melbourne-based workplace, Gray Puksand has created an environment that exudes calm and balance. Soft, gentle Milliken flooring helps to craft the ambience and flow of the spaces.
With DesignInc celebrating 21 years since inception, we explore how the national studio has excelled in thought leadership, driving its health-driven exemplary projects.
Through user consultation, GroupGSA developed a series of staff-focussed and future-ready workplaces for insurance giant QBE.
A love letter to a city experiencing a year of hardship, Russell & George’s store for Sarah and Sebastian is an allegory for finding light in times of darkness.
Jakob Factory Saigon by Rollimarchini Architekten and G8A Architects proposes a new factory typology with emphasis on the wellbeing of people and planet.
Paving the way for a new era of slow, biophilic multi-residential design are the two new developments by Crown Group in the inner-Sydney suburb of Waterloo.
The 2021 NSW Landscape Awards winners selection is a treasure trove of outstanding landscape design projects. Here are 10 in particular that do wonders for wellbeing.
Indesign visits the ‘professional home’ of PSLab in London. Designed by JamesPlumb, this space is neither an office nor a showroom, but functions as both.
EDEN eschews the shiny, enclosed tower typology of high-end housing in favour of a more humanistic approach that celebrates Singapore’s tropical setting.
Making a statement of creativity, Studio IAAD has designed a project that is both beautiful and on brand and becomes a journey of discovery.
Ippolito Fleitz Group reimagines our connection with nature through a sophisticated system of biophilic room dividers.
In bringing 2000 Microsoft staff into a single location, Gensler has deconstructed the typical working model. Taking its client into unchartered territories, the design team envisaged a new working landscape that moves beyond the corporate norms to embrace ‘island’ life.