Do you dream of escaping the stifling and boring work place and moving on to an awesome office with scope of work and play? Check out some of the award winning Australian offices below, that will surely turn your head. These spaces have been designed by some of the renowned architectural and interior designing firms to keep the productivity and the worker morale high.
Creative space design is not a child’s play and takes more than just choosing the right colours and the upholstery. For most companies the requirement sums up to a combination of smart, creative, collaborative and positive working environment that attracts bright and young employees.
A sneak peek into each of these awesome offices will give you a hint of the values and goals that the companies portray. These are offices where you do not sit behind the desk all day but move around to release stress either at the gym, a basket ball court or a well stocked reading area. Each one is different and unique!
JWT Sydney Headquarters by Geyer
JWT’s new Sydney office is housed in a historic factory building. If you thought that means crumbling walls and bare metal bones you have mistaken. Design firm Geyer took over the driver’s seat in remodeling the place. It was converted into a dynamic workspace that accommodates almost ninety five staff members of the global communications agency.
The redundant plasterboards are gone and what lies within is a unique space that is bursting with vibrant hues and liveliness.
Interactive Headquarter by Arnold Lane
Arnold Lane was in charge of designing the headquarters of Interactive in Australia. The multi service IT provider has offices globally and wanted the space to include dynamic and state of art facilities.
The final result was a blend of corporate colours and bold hues with blue carpets in the auditorium. It is a harmonious mix of collaborative spaces and formal meeting rooms, all that’s needed to create the right working mood!
BVN Creek Street, Brisbane Studio By BVN Dovan Hill
BVN Dovan Hill refurbished, BVN’s Creek Street Studio in Brisbane with an open approach to the space. The office housed in a seventies building. There are no vertical walls with separate cubicles so that communications can flow at all levels anytime. Designed with a sustainable approach the office uses eco-friendly material wherever possible.
Unilever Sydney CBD by ODCM
Unilever’s Sydney office was revamped with cool interior by ODCM in line with the company’s goal of making everyday living sustainable and detaching its growth slowly from environmental impacts. The shades of blue coupled cleverly with glossy white, screams agility and an energetic workplace. The atrium, staff café and the connect zone are wonderful open areas for communication.
Canon New Spaces NSW By PTID
Cannons new home was designed by PTID with the goal of reducing floor space, providing scalable room and energy consumption in mind. The attractive, flexible and agile working zone showcases the company’s technologies along with scope for collaboration and individual working with quite corners.
Pask Office Melbourne By Mim Design
Pask’s office in Melbourne on the 15 th floor has a panoramic view. Taking its full advantage, Mims Design gave it a homely feeling with segmented rooms. The design has been styled with warm colours and feeling of luxury. Timber ceilings and the upholstery mainly chosen from a grey colour pallet maintain a formal yet friendly environment.
Kennards Self Storage NSW by SJB Interiors
SBJ designed the office interiors for Kennards Self Storage selecting materials like steel, plywood and concrete to maintain its warehouse feel. The colours were chosen from it corporate hues with mainly graphic furniture and loose rugs. The office looks sophisticated yet robust and is highly functional.
Level 18, 127 Creek Street By WMK Architecture
WMK Architecture refurbished Level 18, 127 Creek Street Brisbane with a classy and pulsating interior design using timber as a contrast against black. The contemporary design is playful yet flashes a formal touch as the basic surrounding is essentially corporate spaces.