Gray Puksand’s vision is to create an inspired future with beautiful, authentic and considered projects that improve the way people work, learn and live – and their new Melbourne studio is a perfect example of this.
April 5th, 2018
Gray Puksand celebrated the opening of its world-class architecture and integrated design studio space in late March with a fun mix of staff, clients, suppliers and consultants.
Pushing the boundaries of what a workspace should be, the studio design focuses on agile working styles with communal desking, collaboration spaces, formal and informal meeting spaces, and retreat spaces. This is a workplace by designers, for designers, and it’s already proving a dream workspace for the Melbourne team.
Photography: Elleni Toumpas
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