Posts Tagged ‘australia’

Sarah & Sebastian’s flagship store by Landini Associates, Paddington – Australia

December 9th, 2017

The jewellers bench made from Amercian Walnut and Copper is the central focus of the store, and the jeweller the first point of engagement upon entering. Designed as an intimate shopping experience, the jeweller will talk customers through raw materials and process, then guide customers in finding the perfect piece.

Celgene Office by Unispace, Melbourne – Australia

December 8th, 2017

Celgene’s new workplace is warm and welcoming, with a soft color palette complemented by timber elements. The building has great views from all sides, from Federation Square, to the city and out towards Port Phillip Bay.

Autopilot Office by Morphos, Sydney – Australia

December 6th, 2017

As a relatively new company, Autopilot wanted to maintain the atmosphere of a ‘start-up’ company; exuberant, positive, not too flashy but still inspiring and welcoming. To articulate this culture, Morphos began by using exposed concrete flooring and ceilings to create a raw and modern base which we could build on with quirky and modern details.

FUJISAKI Restaurant & Bar by Design Clarity, Barangaroo / Sydney – Australia

December 6th, 2017

Guests are invited into a state of calm and luxury, where colours are rich, texture is heightened and the delicate detailing of the interior balances with the artistry of flavours delivered by an impressive line-up: Executive chef Chui Lee Luk, sushi chef, Ryuichi Yoshii and sommelier Annette Lacey.

UBT ‘The Precinct’ Coworking Office by Unispace, Sydney – Australia

November 25th, 2017

Unispace delivered a concept for a work environment with a village-like vibe that would form its own community; one where like-minded businesses, including UBT and its clients, could be inspired by each other. The resulting activity based workplace is spread over three floors, with a dedicated floor for coworking.

BDO Office by Unispace, Melbourne – Australia

November 22nd, 2017

Through consultation with BDO’s teams, Unispace uncovered the needs of each department. They had five main objectives for their new office: support a growing business, foster a sense of pride, encourage flexibility, engage their people and clients, and incorporate seamless, efficient technology.

Richard Crookes Constructions Office by Futurespace, Sydney – Australia

November 16th, 2017

The choice of materials was less about aesthetic and more about creating an experience that is aligned with the objectives of the project. Textured weaves, raw timber, patina metals and naturally aged materials were used to reflect the core of the company’s operation in construction.

Professonail Westfield Hornsby by Jason Byrne Design, Sydney / Hornsby – Australia

November 3rd, 2017

We were inspired by the simplicity of a nail file while evolving the store concept. Layering, referencing and echoing the nail file throughout the design. The nail file shape softened the straight lines which ordered the stores functionality.

Fresh Signage & Branding at Strathpine Shopping Centre by Dovetail Design Group, Australia

October 30th, 2017

The final outcome is a cool and understated design that establishes a genuine sense of place by highlighting beauty in the non-perfect, all working to generate a unique and wholesome shopping experience that connects people with quality produce.

La Floraison by Vie Studio, Sydney – Australia

October 28th, 2017

A classic shopfront of clean frames and glazing are used to draw patrons in, allowing an opportunity to get a glimpse of the interior before entering. The façade uses darker tones to introduce a sense of masculinity to contrast the feminine floral motifs.

Replay Karaoke by Vie Studio, Bankstown – Australia

October 27th, 2017

Neon lights have been installed to create a mysterious and fun ambient, whilst the use of striking graphics of artists reinforces the business’ nature of being a Karaoke Lounge Bar.

Bian Dang restaurant by Vie Studio, Wolli Creek – Australia

October 26th, 2017

Having a simple yet clean colour palette, the attention is drawn to the food that’s served. Many of Bian Dang’s food are a culinary mashup of traditional flavours and contemporary processes.

Jim’s Malaysia restaurant by Vie Studio, Miranda – Australia

October 25th, 2017

Resembling Malaysia’s “village house” concept, daily used fishing tools such as fishing nets and crates, traditional timber claddings and lattice screens are used in the interior.

Sneakerboy store by March Studio, Melbourne – Australia

October 3rd, 2017

Shoppers enter the premises through a tunnel – a signature architectural feature of the retailer’s showrooms – and once inside, a voluminous space unfolds, captured in an industrial palette of concrete, steel and glass.

Gyoza Gyoza Japanese Izakaya-Style Eatery by Studio Ginger, Melbourne – Australia

September 11th, 2017



The fit-out Studio Ginger has delivered is dark, moody and textured, with a materials palette characterised by motley-brown raw brick, wall tiles that look more “salvaged” than “showroom”, and a bar-top fabricated from oxidised copper.
The colour palette of blacks and browns resonates with the prevailing trend towards darker interior treatments in food courts and malls, but this project goes deeper than that.

Freshii store by Masterplanners Interiors, Perth – Australia

August 29th, 2017

Rosetta Restaurant, Sydney – Australia

August 28th, 2017

The restaurant is set across three of the building’s lower floors, and boasts an interior design that’s clearly inspired by midcentury aesthetics. The dining area is encased by floor-to-ceiling glass that allows in floods of natural light and provides sweeping city views at the same time. walls covered in vertical wooden slats form the backdrop of a variety of seating arrangements.

Chicken Rice Corner by Masterplanners Interiors, Perth – Australia

August 26th, 2017

Behind this tiny shopfront, Masterplanners successfully incorporated a full production kitchen in a tight space of 55.5 sq.m, ensuring effective creation of large amounts of tasty chicken for distribution to multiple locations.

MUSE (Macquarie University Spatial Experience) by Woods Bagot, Sydney – Australia

August 21st, 2017


This mutable, temporary education environment is designed to enhance students’ educational, social, intellectual and cultural experience of studying at Macquarie University.

Endota Spa by Studio Ginger, Melbourne – Australia

August 17th, 2017

Studio Ginger’s job was to design a new fit-out that would place product centre stage, attract more foot traffic and increase sales. On a purely retail level, the designers’ response has been transformative.