Together with ANZ, Foolscap Studio has reinvented corporate amenities through the highly detailed, bespoke and materiality rich fit-out of ANZ Open House.
Simon Pole, global design director at Unispace, says that the CBD has had it too good for too long. As workplace designers, this is our moment to look beyond the office towers.
In Hong Kong, Bean Buro rejuvenated common areas of a trendy AMP shopping mall to appeal to its social media savvy habitués.
Hybrid working puts the pressure back on the individual to expertly communicate and perform within a team of dispersed personnel. How can workplace design help to enhance office dynamics?
Bringing your pet to work day may have once been a novel idea, but there’s mounting evidence to say that pet friendly workplaces could be the way forward.
Inspired initially by the groundbreaking Google HQ, workplace culture has risen steadily as a priority on the agenda of businesses since the beginning of the internet age.
From its basement bike racks to its rooftop meeting pods, Market Lane by Elenberg Fraser fulfils a craving for greener pastures among its health-driven workers.
Work is integral to our lives – it sustains and informs us and ensures connection with colleagues and the broader community, if not the globe, and The Work Space category in the 2021 INDE.Awards showcases the very best in workplace design.
Capturing the essence of five iconic cities, the new Silestone® Loft Collection takes you on a worldwide journey of inspired urban living.
Making a statement of creativity, Studio IAAD has designed a project that is both beautiful and on brand and becomes a journey of discovery.
Blending commercial and residential design in a way that we don’t see everyday, McGrath Double Bay by The Unlisted Collective presents a new paradigm of home office, being that it’s inverted.
Wood Marsh shows us how placemaking is done via Piccolo House, a new mixed use building in South Melbourne for local boutique property developer, Piccolo.
A new workplace by Design Theory ticks all the boxes in style and amenity and, referencing the surrounding landscape, it is right at home in the city of Perth.
As original as it is functional, Adam Goodrum brings back the iconic breeze block in Kite Breeze: a homage to Australian living and European manufacturing.
Fender Katsalidis and SOM’s triumphant design for Central Place, a $2.5 billion commercial development as part of Sydney Tech Central, has been unveiled.
Established nearly a decade ago, Tom Skeehan brings purpose and an intuitive personality with the new soul of the SKEEHAN brand.
Eco-friendly, versatile and seamless, Staron makes for a stunning wall cladding option for indoor commercial environments.
Want to know the who, what, where, when and why for the country’s most unique commercial design event? We bring you the ultimate guide to FRONT.design 2019.
Looking for a commercial industry event that challenges what it means to design better? FRONT 2019 has all the answers.
Some things are best left to the experts. Read on for our round-up of essential reading to understand where Australian commercial property is headed next.
There is a design studio in Adelaide that is quickly reshaping the entire design landscape of the city – meet studio -gram. And find out why the practice is one of our Prodigy nominees for the 2019 INDE.Awards
Hong-Kong based practice Studio Adjective sees design as a vehicle for storytelling. We look at the duo’s trajectory as they’re nominated as a Prodigy in the 2019 INDE.Awards.
In just three years, Melbourne practice Studio Esteta has established itself as a presence to watch on the Australian design stage. We go behind the scenes to learn what makes these 2019 INDE.Awards’ The Prodigy nominees tick.
How will your work make an impact? Which causes are important to you? The Shaw Contract Design Awards are a chance to make your mark and give back.
According to Matt Newell of Business Interiors, “Too often, modularity is seen as a ‘piece of furniture’.” How is the commercial sector reimagining this?
Getting an elusive introduction to the right person at a large corporation, multinational or Government office can be tricky. FRONT simplifies that process through unique matchmaking technology. And now that you’re in the door, we’ve got tips for you to consider when talking to these heavyweights.
Get ahead of the competition with FRONT’s exclusive, matching event platform. Preregister now to take advantage and get a 360-degree view on the brands, products and people you want to meet!
We catch up with Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Director and FRONT Featured Speaker Peter Tonkin to discuss the evolution of Australian architecture, adaptive reuse, and why preserving our built environment is more critical than ever.
The integration of art into commercial design and architecture projects can leave a visceral impact. We speak to an art consultant and an art dealer to get an insight on how designers can get the best results for their commercial projects.
Register now to attend FRONT: the most powerful event driving change in the commercial sector and connect with the leaders in the new commercial ecosystem.
What’s driving growth in the Australian hospitality and commercial sectors?
Branding is one of the backbones of contemporary design. How does this translate into commercial property?
Boomers, Millennials, Gen X… here’s what we really mean when we talk about generations in the workplace.
The conversation about technology in commercial and hospitality spaces is only just getting started. Here are the key terms you need to get involved with this critical point in design history.
Digital eye strain during work has become the new normal, but it doesn’t have to be that way! Mindfulness aside, ergonomics could be one of the key solutions to improving ocular health. Humanscale has answers.
Is there anything as dynamic as a revolution? Rapid, rambunctious, and radical, revolutions are often over as swiftly as they begin, leaving behind a swirl of rubble to be rebuilt and rearranged into something new. In short: revolutions are great, but they can only last so long.
Humanscale’s Ergonomic Consulting assists organisations with the development and implementation of cost-effective ergonomics programs. Here we discover their unique approach to improving wellbeing at work.
Typically the domain of entire office spaces, the idea of ‘agile working’ is condensed into a single table with Schiavello’s new furniture collaboration.
Does Australia’s approach to ergonomics need to be reassessed? According to the experts at Humanscale Ergonomic Consulting, our Ergonomics Standards is in dire need of critical overhaul.
How does ergonomics affect economics? Humanscale shows us how improved ergonomic behaviours can improve business performance and individual wellbeing.
Thanks to advances in technology and new working behaviours taking place across the world, the discipline of ergonomics continues to evolve. Here we talk to the ergonomic experts at Humanscale Consulting to find out how improved ergonomics is creating a new culture of best practice.
We’re definitely at the forefront of workplace transformation, but throughout Asia Pacific the workplace revolution is coming full force. We chat to CBS about the changing face of work in our region.
Zgonic’s monitor arms may be the answer to a rising demand in mobile workspaces today! Let’s explore why.
As lead times shorten and competition among our commercial clients is rising, leading brands prove that custom design is more important than ever.
You’re an intelligent and efficient worker, so why should your task furniture be any different?
Being small in size doesn’t mean quality or sophistication needs to be sacrificed as we discover in this petite commercial project – Norton Legal by Dreamer.
Here’s why designers need to think more intelligently about promoting movement for the millennial end-user.
Designed by Futurespace, the design strategy for Savills new Sydney digs was influenced by ABW methods, allowing for the breakdown of both physical and communication barriers to enable a more coherent, collaborative, team-accessible workplace.
Using references from the much-lauded film The Usual Suspects and award-winning TV series Mad Men to unpack this subject for his readers, Scott argues that the best lead designers are those who can use an ‘invisible hand’ to guide their teams. We spoke to Scott about his thoughts on the design process and the importance of the ‘invisible hand’.
On the eve of his promotion, Bates Smart Director Brenton Smith speaks on the recipe for creative intelligence that keeps the practice at the top of its game.
At Sydney Indesign’s B2 District, we put a spotlight on our industry’s local heritage – its people, its achievements, and its brands. B2 was all about fostering a culture of appreciation for the unflagging passion that underlies the Australian architecture and design industry… And this year’s exhibitors totally nailed it! See why…
Wilkhahn Asia Pacific announces a pivotal restructure of the responsibilities within the senior management team to better serve the needs of the growing Asia Pacific region.
Paper was there on desks in the world’s first office, and it’s there on desks around the world today, still! The ‘paperless’ debate continues to wage war, but we want to know if we’re not looking at going ‘paperless’ in the right way
What happens when we take the ‘tech’ out of office design? Analogue business technologies are on the rise again.
It’s totes official! Pantone’s colour of the year has been announced! Greenery has officially been named the colour of 2017. And we couldn’t be more chuffed with the choice.
Inspired by the subtle sophistication of a bespoke suit, Studio Tate’s design for PDG’s Melbourne office is a perfect fit down to the finest detail.
The Krost 2018 catalogue is here and wants to help take your project to the next level! Here we guide you through their comprehensive portfolio of product for 2018.
Designed by primary design team FJMT, 200 George employs sophisticated digital design through their collaborators AR-MA to stunning effect, capitalising on the hybrid skills of technology-native architects.
To what extent can the workplace be an evolutionary environment? Haworth sees the future of the workspace as ‘organic’ by necessity, and offers a range of capabilities to put flexibility within reach.
Haworth has launched a new site intended to be a one-stop home for specifiers looking for the best for their projects.
How is high-technology and luxury helping redefine the working world?
Ringing in 2017 with brand new digs, Krost hosted the local A+D industry for the launch of their new showroom. Thanks for the memories guys!
A multidisciplinary team in Kampala will transform the urban landscape with MatatArt, a mobile educational arts facility.
This year, Schiavello celebrates 50 years in design. A truly homegrown success story, IndesignLive is proud to present Schiavello: 5 decades in 5 songs.
Recent research shows that no other media compares with the reach of catalogues’ increased population and strong distribution networks.
Orgatec reminds us that design plays a decisive role in leadership and performance. But what can we learn from leadership, today?
The Asia Pacific region continues to develop at an alarmingly fast rate. What might this new chapter in economic history mean for the A+D community?
Wilkhahn’s stand at Orgatec 2016 drew huge crowds with products that showed the brand’s consistent push for innovation in workplace furniture.
Couldn’t make it to Cologne this year? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Check out the Top 6 Famous Faces we’ve spotted at this year’s Orgatec, on the ground.
For Belgian company BuzziSpace, silence and style go hand-in-hand. Along with Zenith Interiors, BuzziSpace is committed to rethinking the management of noise in our workspaces – leading the charge of acoustic engineering in product design.