The annual Futurespace party, held at their Sydney offices, was as fun, imaginative, and conceptual as the work they produce.
October 26th, 2017
On Thursday 19th October Futurespace held their annual end of year party. Amidst friends, colleagues, collaborators and clients, the interior design and architectural agency celebrated the triumphs 2017 and the possibilities 2018 holds.
Founding Director and Workplace Strategy Leader Stephen Minnet spoke about the origins of Futurespace and the derivation of the company name: “As you know the name Futurespace was derived from our passion for design and understanding how the future will affect our present.”
He went on to recognise the success of the Melbourne team, Rebecca Daff who was appointed head of the Melbourne office in August, and the future to come. Namely, a focus on workplace design now extends to hospitality, education and retail projects.
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