Located over ten floors in Brisbane's One One One Eagle Street Building, The Arrow Energy offices are an open, flexible and collaborative place for work.
The reception floor is characterised earthy charcoals and rusts and features a sculptural pod. A long wall along the lift core is faced with a pattern of two Vs to resemble arrows.
The staff engagement space, which covers three hundred square metres, incorporates a town centre, an engine room and the plant room, each sporting varying levels of privacy, conviviality and relaxation.
Other rooms including a personal prayer space, a mother’s feeding room, a quiet room and a first aid station.
Living green walls are throughout the floors and from the boardroom a wall of creepers in the corridor is visible through a frosted servery panel. Geyer delivered the design and construction in 12 months.
Plus Architecture's offices feature sculptural, facetted ply structures which were designed and built-in house.
It is three-dimensional, interactive design sample for clients and potential clients to touch and wander through.
Plus Architecture’s offices was organised as an in-house design competition that was open to all 40 of the practice’s staff.
The winning theme was built around the idea of bringing the trees inside. The triangulated plywood walls symbolise abstracted tree trunks, bringing nature indoors.
Hassell created a workplace for Downer EDI that references the company's connection to mining and engineering.
The design concept was driven by Downer EDI’s desire to change the internal culture of the organisation.
The main feature of the interior is the central stair, which stands, strong and beautiful, combining glass balustrades with an evocative sleeper wall made of recycled, unfinished timber, recalling railway sleepers and maritime wharves.
Centralised think tank pods act to further break up the space, each pod allowing a variety of work to be undertaken.
These raised pods use a combination of large glass panels and recycled timber cladding to create a warm enclosed atmosphere.
Coda Studio's own designed workplace, re-pitches the practice from “home office” to medium size in the heart of Fremantle.
It aimed to create a flexible, open, dynamic workspace using natural, non-traditional materials. All new insertions are recyclable and removable at the end of the project life without damage to the building.
BVN has created a large single open space with structure columns in its Sydney studio.
The columns remain raw con rate covered in pencil marks of the builders notes and figures.