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Jay Jays store by Studio Ginger, Melbourne – Australia

April 25th, 2016

The aim was to strip back to the base building and use raw materials, pine, mesh and preformed concrete to create the desired interior. The objective was for the store to maintain an ordered display for it’s large number of product categories and skus, while staying

Ra-men Bankara by Studio Ginger, Melbourne – Australia

April 22nd, 2016

The timber battens and large reclaimed timber beams provide the textural back drop to the natural oak eating surfaces. The hand painted cherry blossom mural provides a fresh softness to the rear of the restaurant, and the banquet seating zones the area for more intimate gatherings.

Jac+ Jack store by George Livissianis, Sydney – Australia

April 21st, 2016

Parts of the concrete shell, most notably the ceiling with meandering utility pipes and pillars, form an integral part of a beautifully balanced monochrome palette of grey hues.

Charles Sturt University Engineering Building by ThomsonAdsett, Bathurst – Australia

April 20th, 2016

The form and re-use of the existing frames symbolises home, complements the rural shed aesthetic and maximises the use of embodied energy.

Porter Davis Offices by The Bold Collective, Melbourne – Australia

April 14th, 2016

Stepping out from the lift at 720 Bourke Street, visitors and staff will experience a New York arrival and reception area. This includes a sleek reception desk with turned timber legs, cut crystal decorative lighting, a recycled timber herringbone strut ceiling and New York loft mullion detailing to the glazed meeting room partitions.

Incu store by Akin Creative, Melbourne – Australia

April 12th, 2016

An expansive floor-to-ceiling glass façade allows in floods of daylight, and allows ample peeks of a sleek contemporary aesthetic, captured by locally sourced and Australian made elements, handmade moroccan tiles, american oak veneers, and concrete flooring.

People’s Choice Credit Union Offices by Woods Bagot, Adelaide – Australia

April 6th, 2016

Using a next-generation Activity-Based Working philosophy, the new headquarters reflects a dynamic member and community focused organisation, which promotes collaboration across the business and encourages staff to work better together.

Fred International Showroom by Simone Haag & Angela Harry, Sydney – Australia

March 30th, 2016

LinkedIn headquarters by Woods Bagot & Schiavello, Sydney – Australia

March 24th, 2016

As an analogue form of the social network’s sharing capability, the mega desk’s wooden surface begins at the reception area and then weaves its way through the office’s 3600-sqm interior.

Rogerseller Showroom by McCartney Design, Sydney – Australia

March 22nd, 2016

Outside of the display areas we avoided any use of distinctive or trendy design elements and let the products do the talking.

Lechte Corporation Office Fitout by Plus Architecture, Melbourne – Australia

March 18th, 2016

Metal framing defines internal windows, whilst the curvature of the walls and moments of neutral leather provide moments of textural relief, which is illustrated further through the feature reception desk.

Little Oscar restaurant and bar by Biasol: Design Studio, Melbourne – Australia

March 18th, 2016

The way the light is received by the concrete, combined with the lowered ceilings at the rear of the restaurant provides a further level of intimacy to the space.

Noosa Chocolate Factory by Oliver Burscough, Brisbane – Australia

March 16th, 2016

The shelving consists of 55 handmade pine crates screen-printed with the black Noosa Chocolate Factory logo. Australian made plywood panels serve to display the brands gift hampers and fresh rocky road products.

William Angliss International Hotel School by Edwards Moore, Melbourne – Australia

March 16th, 2016

Level 4 Reception, Lobby space linked to a series of themed hotel rooms. Level 3 Business lounge A series of organic work zones defined using curved acrylic screens for informal work within a new vibrant, energized interior.

Australia Post offices by Gray Puksand, Melbourne – Australia

March 16th, 2016

Meandering paths and workstation layouts, which incorporate a variety of settings including standing height meeting spaces, sit-to-stand desks, collaboration zones, causal retreat spaces and informal gathering spaces, exemplify Gray Puksand’s response to the emerging ideals of health based working environments.

Ovolo Woolloomooloo hotel by HASSELL, Sydney – Australia

March 9th, 2016

Pockets of sunlight and tree-filled spaces within the pavilions encourage a variety of uses, which entices people to visit and linger.

Taka Sushi by Span Design, Tuggerah – Australia

March 4th, 2016

The design for Taka Sushi reinterprets the traditional structure of Japanese roofs by emphasising the design and organisation of custom modular timber crates to create an inviting and powerful shopfront.

Hillam Architects Office, Perth – Australia

March 3rd, 2016

Key drivers involved creating a sense of arrival and an instant immersion into the space, with the design encouraging transparency from reception through to workspaces.

Tetsujin Japanese restaurant by Principle Design & Architects EAT, Melbourne – Australia

February 28th, 2016

Deconstructing these objects, and remixing them within a colour palette reminiscent of the hot, metallic world of machines (and BBQ), allowed the graphics to ‘ramp up’ as you move from one area of the restaurant to the other, enhancing the shift between moods of the space.

Saigon Senses restaurant by Span Design, Wollongong – Australia

February 23rd, 2016

The fresh new interior uses colourful window shutter panels as a reoccurring feature throughout the space while the custom wall graphic illustrating Vietnamese country life creates a focal point for customers.