Envato office by Büro, Melbourne – Australia

December 14th, 2013 by retail design blog

This fit-out of a 3 level office building in Melbourne is the new home of creative online digital marketplace company, Envato. Büro undertook a thorough workplace analysis that identified current and future requirements to ensure that the new office will accomodate these and match the company’s creative identity and workforce. The design features abstract, tree-like seating pods that “grow” through the three levels.

Melbourne artist Ghostpatrol was commissioned to create murals throughout. “We gave Buro a very difficult brief. We asked them to deliver the sort of space which would compete with top technology companies internationally, to make it warm and innovative, and to do it on a very small budget. They not only met our expectations, but exceeded them. Beyond that, they were fantastic to work with! Nothing was too much trouble, and they were genuinely committed to delivering a space that is a very real asset to our company.” Collis Taa’ed, CEO













http://buro.net.au

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