Hassell’s multi-faceted workspace for HSBC Hong Kong that feels as much like home as it does a place for entertaining.
The Sydney Theatre Company (STC) is a much loved and revered institution, not only in its hometown of Sydney and across Australia, but also around the globe. Now that it has a revitalised and renewed home at The Wharf in Walsh Bay is the icing on the cake for both the staff of the STC and the theatre going public.
In an ever-evolving industry, the term hybrid hotel is one that’s becoming increasingly common. We take a look at four of the region’s best to see what they’re offering.
Designed to entice people back to the office, flexible workplace provider Hub Australia have teamed up with Hassell to create Hub Flinders Street.
Insights from Hassell’s 2021 Workplace Futures Survey could add fidelity to the design brief, revealing the motives underlying what employees envision for the hybrid workplace.
How might we foster a more open, help-seeking culture and create meaningful change around occupational burnout and mental health in the design industry?
Lockdown or not, the design industry has never been one to stand still. Here’s our latest intel re: who’s on the move, and what said movements mean in terms of who’s who.
The recent promotion of 59 deserving team members across Hassell’s 9 studios has given rise to 6 new principals for the international design practice.
For 15 years Tappeti has been giving interior designers and architects a medium to complete their beautification of space.
Our latest issue looks beyond the classroom as simply an environment for teacher and student, to consider the relationship between education and urbanism.
The pandemic-driven disruption of how we work has been painful for both companies and employees. But it is also providing an opportunity for us to recalibrate how we want the future of work to look like.
International design practice Hassell has announced several promotions into its Principal, Senior Associate and Associate groups this week.
When Nike engaged design practice Hassell for the interior fit out of its office space on Collins Street, Melbourne, both client and designer had eyes for only one supplier to furnish the project: Living Edge.
Identified by a neon glow behind a brick façade is the unassuming space of Café Lafayette, an eatery that captures the magic of a multi-sensory dining experience.
Having honed the practice of collaboration from home, four industry leads share key insights and best etiquette for design teams working remote.
The events of this past summer have led to Australia being viewed as the global canary in the coal mine. So how might we respond to this threat to our homes and communities: both to limit further damage, and to prepare for a climate-changed future?
This month Dan Cox joins Hassell as Principal and he brings with him not only expertise in the sectors of workplace, hospitality and retail design but his passion for his craft along with his engaging and vital personality.
Branko Miletic speaks to Steve Coster, MD of Hassell, on adapting to work following COVID-19.
Life after Lockdown talks to Leanne Guy about the challenges and surprising positives aspects of this lockdown working arrangement
Now is the time to have your voice heard and make a difference by voting for your favourite projects in the People’s Choice award for, Best of the Decade I The Living Space and Best of the Decade I The Work Space. You have until 22 May to make a decision, cast your vote and participate in the 2020 INDE.Awards.
In this milestone year, the INDEs are looking back at the best homes and workspaces from the past decade. Now it’s time to have your say through People’s Choice voting!
Embed within the heart of Geelong’s energetic Ryrie Street, HASSELL dramatically reveals and reintroduces the new Geelong Arts Centre as the region’s trailblazing creative hub.
Stylecraft and HASSELL’s collaborative legacy of awe-inspiring showroom interiors has breached new frontiers with the new Stylecraft Singapore showroom.
These are the movers and shakers of the design industry and they’re here to make the most anticipated event on the calendar the best it can be. Introducing our Saturday Indesign Ambassadors…
The University of New South Wales is passionate about creating spaces that engage and inspire the student community. The new refurbishment of the Electrical Engineering Building looks to elevate the learning environment with superior products by CSM.
Diverse, responsive and innovative, 35 winners and 12 commendations have been revealed for the Institute’s 2019 Architecture Awards.
If you’re going to be in Singapore on 12 October, Saturday Indesign is where you need to be. Tap into the island’s top suppliers and thought leaders, and don’t miss the industry networking!
With day one almost wrapped, we bring you the blow-by-blow from the floors of FRONT.design at Barangaroo.
The newly appointed principal at HASSELL believes that designers have a social responsibility to create sustainable, healthy places for the next generation.
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.
The new life sciences precinct at the University of Melbourne uses design excellence to facilitate the next advancements in learning and discovery.
To the architecture community, Di Stasio is an institution. And now a new venue, designed by HASSELL, brings restaurant, art gallery and homage to brutalism alive at Di Stasio Città.
Designed by Stewart Hollenstein, in association with Stewart Architecture, Green Square Library is a vital community space facilitating lifelong learning and helping people connect in an emerging community.
Movements and promotions abound in the industry – most notable being HASSELL’s appointment of seven new Principals across its ten global studios.
The Shopping Space category for the INDE.Awards focuses on retail projects that exemplify design and caters to changing consumer behaviours.
The results are out! We’re excited to introduce you to your INDE.Awards 2019 Official Shortlist. Read on to find out which entries made the final cut.
What would a home on Mars look like? There’s no need to speculate as HASSELL’s proposal for NASA’s 3D Printing Centennial Challenge creates a hyperrealistic vision.
Studies reveal that while flexible and agile working modes are designed to empower the individual, they also contribute to low productivity and absenteeism. Can a happy medium between old and new typologies be achieved?
If Arup’s motto is “We shape a better world,” then its approach to its new workplaces, designed in collaboration with HASSELL, was to shape a better workplace.
HASSELL’s winning masterplan proposal for Chengdu Panda Land aims to dissolve the common idea of humans being dominant over nature.
As the year comes to a close, the editorial team reflects on this year’s INDE.Awards, selecting some projects that deserve another round in the spotlight.
Work is such a big part of life. And designers are constantly pushing forward with new agendas in the spaces we inhabit while at work. What workplace projects had you inspired throughout 2018? We count them down.
The Queensland University of Technology’s Creative Industries Precinct suggests that collaboration should come easy.
We chat with HASSELL’s Xavier de Kestelier who led the team to the final stages of NASA’s 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge for Mars. As principal and head of design technology and innovation, De Kestelier opens up on the latest digital technologies in the design studio.
Take a look at the outstanding work that made the cut in the Australian Institute of Architects’ national awards program.
A look at the 2018 NAWIC Awards for Excellence proves that there is plenty of innovation and inspirational leadership being done by women in construction.
The new AFP Forensics & Data Facility Centre designed by HASSELL facilitates a significant cultural and programmatic shift in the AFP’s forensic work.
HASSELL creates a duo of spaces that celebrate the art of enjoying afternoon tea with a unique take on the tropical colonial aesthetic at the Regent Singapore.
Luxury rug brand and FRONT exhibitor Tappeti prove that sometimes, finding outstanding design is simply a question of looking down.
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.
StylecraftHOME launched in February 2017 in Sydney with the opening of its first dedicated showroom. Following a quick embrace from the design community, now it’s Melbourne’s turn.
We’ve been patiently awaiting the re-opening of Stylecraft’s iconic Flinders Lane showroom in Melbourne. Finally, the newspaper has come off the windows… it was well worth the wait.
Dance for Life is a rare opportunity for the architecture and design community to really let its hair down and party – all for a good cause. 2018’s dance celebration was no exception.
The Working Capitol’s INDE-nominated Robinson Road space is a bold sophomore effort that interweaves efficiency and wellbeing.
The five new station designs have been released for the Melbourne Metro Tunnel infrastructure project, designed by HASSELL, Weston Williamson and Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners.
As an Aussie expat living in Singapore, we get a designer’s insights into what the tiny, humid island has on offer ahead of the 2018 INDE.Awards.
Has co-working been up-staged by the pervading popularity of an out-of-office culture? The answer is, not quite yet! In its latest design for The Working Capitol Robinson Road Singapore, HASSELL expertly subverts pop culture tropes to re-envisage co-working as a progressive yet playful model.
The highly coveted, international design competition called for a landmark cultural destination for the city of Adelaide – Adelaide Contemporary.
HASSELL’s recent Singapore project is evidence that, in the modern retail landscape, the proof is in the amazement.
Can a coworking space inspire you to be the best, most productive version of yourself? That’s the vision coworking operator The Work Project had for its new HASSELL-designed space.
The transformative potential of design is particularly evident in the context of healthcare design, where it is now being used to create vibrant, uplifting spaces that positively impact patient health and mental states.
Has co-working been up-staged by the pervading popularity of an out-of-office culture? The answer is, not quite yet! In their latest design for The Working Capitol Robinson Road Singapore, HASSELL expertly subverts pop culture tropes to re-envisage co-working as a progressive yet playful model that speaks the language of the Millennial workforce.
Is hospitality the future of agile working? If it is, the new multi-user focused Ovolo Hotel Sydney, designed by Hassell, is a wondrous glimpse into that future.
The power of storytelling is integral to all creative pursuits and never, in our identity crisis post-digital age, has the need for storytelling been more central to the world of A+D. But how exactly can the concept of the design narrative be used effectively, and why is it so important?
Indesign’s Luminaries return in 2017 for our inaugural INDE.Awards. Here we meet the shortlist.
What’s been missing in your hotel experience? Designing the new Sydney Ovolo Hotel, Hassell Architects applied lessons learned in designing workspaces to target the real needs of hotel guests.
Melbourne’s Medibank Place is an architectural delight that aims to provide an innovative workplace environment that promotes healthy living. With a large and spacious interior layout, the colourful interior fit out is a playful and collaborative environment for Medibank’s customers, staff and the Melbourne community.
The 2015 winners of the Australian Institute of Architects’ NSW Architecture Awards were announced at Sydney Town Hall last night.
International design practice HASSELL has won the design competition for 60 Martin Place, one of the most significant development sites in Sydney.
A move from traditional offices has seen the rise of a new generation of work environments – collaborative, co-working domains offering ultimate flexibility.
Hassell celebrates 75 years with the launch of MULTITUDES, a “non-monograph” which explores contemporary topics around architecture while also presenting some of its most outstanding projects to date. Alice Blackwood reports.
The concept of upper floor activation was little known in Perth until a study commissioned by City of Perth in 2010 spawned some exciting outcomes. Carly Barrett reports.
The Palm Island project takes its inspiration from the unique geography of Chongqing where the Yangtze River and Jialing River converge into one.
Witness the erection of a unique pop up bistro, involving 3 shipping containers, over 1000 trees and 1,305 timber pallets in Melbourne