Darling Quarter South Building represents the cutting edge of workplace design. It’s collaborative, campus-like and defined by fluid connections.
Once the domain of the ‘starchitect’, architecture has become a much more inclusive and accessible practice, with people like SJB director Adam Haddow leading the way.
Featured in the new Indesign magazine, now on sale, Warren and Mahoney’s Melbourne studio has been conceptualised through strong cultural narratives. Principal Daryl Maguire shares how the practice led with heart to achieve a symbiotic response that also met key workplace objectives.
Our annual Workplace Design Special Issue is on sale. Indesign #89 draws together myriad conversations around the evolving workplace, and presents them in a beautifully designed, insight-filled edition that celebrates everything you love about print!
Adaptable, neurodiverse work settings define this boundary-pushing workplace designed by Geyer for fintech unicorn, Tyro, and its next-gen talent.
‘Younghusband’, the historic woolshed site in Melbourne’s inner-north-west, will be transformed into both an A-grade commercial location and a model of sustainability.
There has been a shift in the way we approach the home office. Gillian Serisier rounds up 43 design products, from shelving to seating, accessories, soft furnishings and more, to make your home office a place you crave to be.
The workplace has changed – and it will continue to evolve. With dynamism at the heart of clients’ requirements, architects and designers at leading practices such as Elenberg Fraser are using and recommending Herman Miller’s OE1 products for the future workplace.
ARM Architecture took inspiration from Kane Constructions’ gritty urban surrounds to deliver a dynamic workplace as exciting as it is functional.
The Black & White Building by Waugh Thistleton Architects (WTA) in collaboration with TOG is a timber milestone. As the tallest mass timber office building in central London, this is a ground-breaking project in its use of material.
A number of flexible/shared offices have popped up across Australia – one being Flex Office, located in South Melbourne. While the base building was designed by Elenberg Fraser, Hickory commissioned Six Degrees Architects to design the ground floor area.
Designing a new workplace for its own practice, Taliesyn incorporates all its forward thinking biophilic ideas and more in Taliesyn Studio. This is a place to work and thrive, a home that nurtures and sustains design for both clients and staff.