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A tranquil women’s wellness centre, delivered with quality and integrity

A tranquil women’s wellness centre, delivered with quality and integrity

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.

A medical practice designed to favour warmth over austerity

A medical practice designed to favour warmth over austerity

Rezen Studio utilises a soft, warm and balanced material palette in New Me, an unconventional medical centre in Booragoon, Perth.

The New Age of Wellness

The New Age of Wellness

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.

RISE: A wellness space upping the game for end-of-trip facilities

RISE: A wellness space upping the game for end-of-trip facilities

101 Collins expands and enhances its end-of-trip facility, ONE, with the wellness and fitness studio RISE, designed by Gray Puksand.

What is design for wellbeing?

What is design for wellbeing?

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.

A Clinic For The Body And Soul

A Clinic For The Body And Soul

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 Studio 103 brings a balanced design

Balance by Studio 103 brings a balanced design

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.

A dermatology clinic with a difference by LAANK

A dermatology clinic with a difference by LAANK

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.

What is wellness in 2019?

What is wellness in 2019?

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.

Big themes tackled for the workplace at Orgatec 2018

Big themes tackled for the workplace at Orgatec 2018

From wellness to materiality and the changing requirements of an office space – no stone is being left unturned as a design reference at Orgatec 2018. We take a look at the discussion points arising at the biennale commercial tradeshow.

Reinventing the boutique fitness studio

Reinventing the boutique fitness studio

Ohlo Studio’s new design for LA Fit takes inspiration from 1980s Los Angeles and reinvents the boutique fitness studio typology as a friendly place for all.

Bringing wellness to the workplace with The Working Capitol

Bringing wellness to the workplace with The Working Capitol

The Working Capitol’s INDE-nominated Robinson Road space is a bold sophomore effort that interweaves efficiency and wellbeing.

Going green: How the design industry is embracing a return to its roots

Going green: How the design industry is embracing a return to its roots

The old saying goes that “sticks and stones can break bones”. But is there really any reason to be afraid of nature? From a ‘forest kindergarten’ to natural finishes, nature is making its way back into our interiors.

How ‘wellness’ became a global industry – and why our wellness spaces are here to stay

How ‘wellness’ became a global industry – and why our wellness spaces are here to stay

Mafi joins the 2018 INDE.Awards as the Official Partner of the ‘Wellness Space’ Award, continuing the brand’s commitment to the pursuit of wellness through design in all its forms.

Indesign #71 is Hitting Shelves Now

Indesign #71 is Hitting Shelves Now

In this issue – The ‘design pharmacy’ issue – co-editors Alice Blackwood and Sophia Watson invite you to ‘get’ well, to really understand and consider what this newly defined ‘health economy’ means.

Link Group’s New Melbourne Home by GroupGSA

Link Group’s New Melbourne Home by GroupGSA

Given the brief of merging Link Group’s newly acquired business Super Partners with its own unique business culture and style, GroupGSA has completed work on Link Group’s new $30 million, 10 floor office fit-out in Collins Square, Melbourne.

How is design making us healthy?

How is design making us healthy?

Businesses are finally understanding how precious employees’ health is, and the design industry needs expert consultants to deliver projects that meet these expectations. Welnis shares its 10 key wellness elements for human-centric wellbeing in the built environment.