“Our clients were looking for a distinct hospitality feel rather than a traditional workplace environment.” Techne tackles the workplace design challenge with a hybrid office-hospitality solution.
We’re back on the move, reporting to you duly on the latest movements within the design industry. Today’s news comes from the likes of CHC, Grimshaw, Hames Sharley, Techne, Unispace and more.
ClarkeHopkinsClarke, DesignInc, MSG Architects and Technē have been practicing their inner-work, with all four studios taking a moment to recognise and reward their own, announcing a number of deserved promotions.
Here are the latest updates, promotions, mergers and news from across the architecture and design industry.
As the end of 2018 draws near, many practices have announced new leadership and promotions. What a time to cap off the year with a well-earned pat on the back.
When a business grows, maintaining the perfect balance of workplace culture can be a hard task. At Melbourne-based practice Technē, long-time staffer Steve McKeag has recently taken up the mantle after being promoted to the role of Director of People and Culture.
Melbourne’s YarraBend has been marked as the world’s most liveable suburb, but what makes it so? We hear from Glenvill’s strategic director, Ashley Bramich, as well as the forecaster who made the claim, Martin Raymond of The Future Laboratory.
Biggie Smalls’ new Windsor restaurant blends street art and hip-hop influences with an elegant New York City diner aesthetic.
It would be safe to say that many Melburnian’s can conjure memories of heady summer nights atop the original rooftop bar. After 11 years, it was about time for an update and Technē Architecture + Interior Design were called in for the job.
Technē Architecture + Interior Design brings L’Oréal’s Australian flagship training academy firmly into the modern (and digital) age. We asked Technē interior designer Kate Archibald about how the design succeeds in educating and inspiring its trainees.
For a new rooftop bar in Sydney’s Barangaroo, Technē Architecture + Interior Design draw on Australian design tropes to inject the new precinct with some local flavour.