Reece Group’s new offices in Melbourne, aptly named The Works, carve out a very future-forward vision for working life. Take the tour with Indesign and Jan Henderson.
The new sofa collection Valli by Schiavello shines as a purpose-driven workplace sofa, providing a quick retreat as Australia returns to the office.
In delivering the new Docklands head office for global tech giant Infosys, Siren Design has delivered nimble, cloud-enabled agile workspaces, human comfort, environmental responsibility, and some local flavour to boot.
‘Sense of place’ makes a workplace feel uniquely welcoming and familiar. In its fit-out for Boston Consulting Group, Bates Smart with Schiavello conjure a ‘home away from home’ for its mobile workforce.
As society emerges from the COVID-19 lockdowns into a new paradigm, many of us are not returning to the same offices and the same workstyles. In this whitepaper we take a look at how this disruption is now becoming an opportunity for new, nimble, adaptable approaches to the workplace.
What does it truly mean to specify a ‘Product of Australia’? Schiavello unpacks the layers of localism, social ethics, wellbeing and authentic craftsmanship involved in designing and manufacturing its furniture and products in Australia.
In the times when – perhaps more than ever – we crave stability, confidence and certainty, the world appears to be in a constant state of flux. However, Schiavello’s latest research indicates that if organisations lean into that change, they can flourish.
Woods Bagot serves up the nostalgia of ‘now’ at Melbourne’s new Next Hotel.
Pushing forward the discussion of design, Schiavello recently hosted a panel talk with some of the brightest minds in the industry – and a key issue on the table was Indigenous design and collaboration. Here’s what came out of it.
What does workplace design look like when the work is play? Find out as GroupGSA and Agents of Spring collaborate on a fun-centric workplace for the modern age.
What are students’ expectations of academic libraries? This is a question John Wardle Architects tackled when renovating and expanding Monash University’s Caulfield Library.