What will The Work Space category of INDE.Awards reveal to us in 2022? Last year it shone a light on the changing standard of workspaces and commercial design. Here’s what past shortlisters and category partner, Herman Miller, have to share.
Indesign #85, the ‘Social Spaces’ issue is out now. Indesign Editor Alice Blackwood brings us up to speed on the retail and hospitality design topics informing this edition’s theme.
Davenport Campbell delivers the second phase of CBA’s South Eveleigh campus with a future-fit workplace that aligns people with tech and innovation.
The beginning of a new financial year has come along with numerous new appointments and promotions made by the likes of Architectus, DesignInc, Gray Puksand and more.
The leading design practice takes things up a notch, expanding its footprint, adding new talent to and promoting more from within its teams, in several states.
Our latest issue looks beyond the classroom as simply an environment for teacher and student, to consider the relationship between education and urbanism.
What can we learn from the workplace design projects named on the Australian Interior Design Awards 2021 shortlist?
Purposefully fluid to provide for different learning environments, Davenport Campbell’s early learning centre is conceptually focused on nurturing a holistic family experience.
With thousands of registrations across our series our next Webinar is on tomorrow!
A comprehensive survey conducted by Iva Durakovic (UNSW), Lisa Munao, Head of Workplace Design and Innovation (Davenport Campbell) and Kathryn Marshall (Davenport Campbell) questioning Australians on workplaces changes since COVID-19 has given us a great deal of insight into what the workplace might look like moving forward.
Welcome to the first edition of The Indesign Edit. In this issue, we focus on commercial projects and feature three of the best that workplace design has to offer.
Commonwealth Bank has long been an innovator in workplace strategy. Now, with the Axle building in Sydney’s South Eveleigh, it offers a template for the future of ‘work’ working in Australia.
With day one almost wrapped, we bring you the blow-by-blow from the floors of FRONT.design at Barangaroo.
FRONT.design Ambassador Neill Johanson of Davenport Campbell speaks about placemaking, ergonomics and the role of technology in informing the future of workspace design.
With a focus on thought leadership, idea-generation and knowledge sharing, FRONT Forum tackles the hot button issues. Book your seat for these 10 topical talks.
FRONT is shaping up to be an action-packed event filled with tangible innovations, leading-edge businesses and brands, new learning and networking opportunities as well as actionable knowledge. Meet the Ambassadors heading up FRONT 2019.
Having just returned from building a school in the aftermath of Nepal’s earthquake, nine building professionals from Davenport Campbell share their experience and the impact it has had on the community.
Can you design emotional intelligence into a workplace? The trail-blazing EY Centre in Sydney gives it a red hot go, with a human-focused approach to both the development and design of the building. EY Centre’s appeal proved irresistible for Mirvac which, half-way through the development process, decided to locate its headquarters across six floors of the building.
When builder/developer Mirvac decided half-way through the development process for the EY Centre at 200 George Street, Sydney to move their headquarters into six levels of the building, it was a vote of confidence in their own project.
Workplaces are no longer just singular production hubs, but company showrooms used by and with clients. Designed by Davenport Campbell, the new KPMG headquaters in Barangaroo transforms the brave new world of agile working into a workplace to call home.
Sydney’s city skyline has a new, gold-hued tower among its sparkling silver skyscrapers. 200 George by fjmt is a 37-storey office building, quite unlike its predecessors.
KPMG proves why agile working is becoming such a successful business model.