With a portfolio that extends from Hobart to Darwin and everywhere in between, Liquid Blu has played a key role in the development of Australia’s aquatic culture.
Collectivus creates an immersive wellness escape at Eden Health Retreat with luxury cabins that celebrate a natural material palette and spectacular views.
Building Guild’s early contract involvement in Holixir, an all-in-one women’s wellness space, culminated as a high-calibre, sophisticated and serene project with collaboration and meticulous client consultation at its core.
Rezen Studio utilises a soft, warm and balanced material palette in New Me, an unconventional medical centre in Booragoon, Perth.
From office buildings, hospitals, parks and retreats, wellness is becoming multi-dimensional. Once the outlier of architectural vernaculars, we now look to wellness as a core design narrative, informing the way we build, design and interact with all kinds of spaces and places.
101 Collins expands and enhances its end-of-trip facility, ONE, with the wellness and fitness studio RISE, designed by Gray Puksand.
Part of a series produced by VOLA, Wellness and Wellbeing is a thought-provoking short film presented by none other than acclaimed British designer Ilse Crawford.
Despite limited materials for medical facilities, UPSTAIRS_ has conceived a contemporary clinic, fit for medical and aesthetic treatments, while embedding the practitioners’ beliefs.
Balance by name and balanced by design, this wellness studio designed by Studio 103 is a tranquil, peaceful space for AMP employees to look after their health and wellbeing.
Peer behind the calming timber reception and you will be surprised to find bursts of pink, orange and blue. This dermatology clinic breaks with convention to offer a new way of projecting professionalism and comfort.
The wellness revolution is well and truly upon us. But what exactly defines wellness and how is it shifting? We reflect on projects from the 2018 INDE.Awards.