Retaining the best of the old and adding the style and facility of the new, PTID has designed the new Firbank Arts precinct for a school with a proud heritage of its own.
Zenith’s Melbourne showroom launch, just prior to the pandemic, is absolutely open for business and hitting its stride. It’s dark, dramatic and experiential – besides all the fabulous furniture brands and collections – the PTID design is a stand out.
With 6 gyms that span from the corporate, to private, to the futuristic, working out has never felt so good.
In the wake of both COVID-related disruptions and its own 25th anniversary, the interior design practice is letting the market know why its knowledge-led approach is the way of the future.
What would entice you back into the office? For the Cotton On campus in Geelong, Greg Natale solves the dilemma with a set of luxe and soulful facilities. Work never looked so good!
Raise the topic of hospitality and retail and your mind instantly jumps to far-out fit-outs and awe-inspiring interiors. But before you even reach that finished product, there are many moving parts to negotiate first.
The desire to be an agile designer is strong in today’s busy design community, but what does this mean exactly?
Interior Design and Management Solutions company PTID has designed the interior of the new Sydney office of gambling-led entertainment company Tabcorp in the city’s CBD. The final stage of the four-floor fitout is a full floor of open work environment cleverly utilising Agile methodologies to present a compelling and intelligent design.