Afterpay by The Studio* Collaborative is modelled as a destination for a non-traditional workforce of young, engaged, tech-smart individuals.
Parramatta’s design-led urban renewal has reached another milestone with the completion of the $320 million commercial building, 32 Smith Street.
More than an exploration in form, Gensler’s Viettel building pushes forward ideals of open and collaborative working and environmental responsibility.
Not many commercial buildings in Sydney’s CBD can boast a 2020 completion date. But one boutique office building, situated at 275 George Street, forged through to cut the ribbon and stake its future in shifting sands.
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.
Gray Puksand’s Botanicca 3 project takes inspiration from the surrounding landscape with a palette and form that speak of place in a most hospitable fashion.
Blending the old with the new, Grimshaw’s latest project with Carr is a beacon of architectural expression that sits perfectly within the city skyline.
Six major Australian labels, two buildings, one unified workplace… how does it work? Heidi Smith of Gray Puksand gives us the scoop on David Jones’ and Country Road Group’s stylish new Melbourne headquarters.
What defines the Queensland vernacular and how does it permeate into a workplace fit-out? Local studio Peddle+Potter (P+P) brought a truly refreshing design to life.
As the ‘well’ movement gathers momentum, we see numerous workspaces re-skinned as colourful, enticing work-life centres. But just how well do these workplaces deliver on the promise? Enter, Woodside.
What happens when you mix an investment company with George Calombaris’ hospitality group? Monique Woodward of WOWOWA walks us through the golden columns and industrial interpretations that have tamed this challenging warehouse tenancy.
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.