Inside the internationally award-winning Quay Quarter Tower in Sydney, AMP’s workplace has been liken to a biophilic, vertical village. Hassell walks us through the project.
With many offices now shifting to accommodate flexible working, three distinct spaces have emerged to support new hybrid working models – each with their own unique seating requirements.
It’s time to give up the office ping pong table, writes Angela Ferguson. Why, you may ask? Because one of the imperatives of the modern workplace is to question the purpose behind each design choice. Read on…
As the winner of INDE.Awards’ 2022 Work Space, this Warren and Mahoney project exemplifies the very cutting edge of workplace design.
Daniel Boddam Studio’s design of Wyer & Co’s workplace takes nature as inspiration with a palette of tactile materials and muted colours.
Hammond Studio has brought to life a dynamic workspace that both challenges and exemplifies the unorthodox space at ECP Asset Management.
HDR’s architectural and engineering teams come together in its new office at 25 Martin Place: the iconic Harry Seidler building.
Co-working feel, in a mono-brand workplace. The offices of Akcelo by Cachet Group feels relaxed and flexible while also delivering an ‘engine room’ of productivity.
How does hybrid working operate, in real world terms? We consider two recently completed projects, designed for a post-pandemic workforce.
It’s well understood just how demanding laboratory environments are. When it comes to executing the design of these, KLIK Systems has developed LABline, a high quality architectural lighting solution.
“We do this for our people, that’s the number one driver,” says Brian Clohessy. He reveals what sets BVN apart from other workplaces.