Sub Station No. 164 marries original industrial elements with a strikingly sculptural glass architectural statement. This new vision of the workplace celebrates wellbeing and sustainability – from Milliken’s high-performance carpet to circadian rhythm lighting.
Bringing the outside in through clever use of form and colour, these 12 award-worthy Learning Spaces have made the INDE.Awards official shortlist.
In planning the future of NSW’s Blackwattle Bay, fjmtstudio and Bangawarra have collaborated on a Connecting with Country Framework that reaches beyond the physical to acknowledge the stories and cultural significance of the site.
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.
Added value from great design takes on new meaning at UTS Central, making the campus once again an essential daily experience.