In recent years, wellness and workplace culture have skyrocketed to become all the rage for office fitouts and commercial design.
An architecture studio’s own office generally offers an insight into the aesthetics and philosophy of its work – that is certainly the case with Pitch Architecture and Development’s new space in Richmond.
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.
K&K Industries’ sophisticated offices draw on disparate influences of hotel suites, casual dining and retail design to create an entirely bespoke office experience.
Taking creative inspiration from the way a bridge connects two separate elements, the new MaxCap fit-out by Studio Tate has brought much more than a fresh office environment.
Williams Burton Leopardi’s new studio in the Darling Building in heart of Adelaide’s CBD is a thoughtful study in materiality, colour and spatiality.
Traditional and contemporary materials and manufacturing techniques meet in Time Realty designed by Enter Projects.
Elegant and refined design, with pops of colour elevate this new co-working space in London’s former Met Police HQ. Designed by Universal Design Studio, Tingatel House shows that co-working is growing up.
Architect Dan Webster, landscape architect Nathan Burkett, together with interior stylist Simone Haag, have created a new shared office space that feels inviting and homely.