Interior design for commercial space or office is a consistent idea and used throughout a structure to create a feeling of completeness in colors and style. Interior designers employ dynamic use of color and shades and arrange spaces within the structure in a surprising context and bring life within the landscape. This post will highlight some exotic office/commercial interior designs in Australia.
And hopefully, I will continue showcasing similar inspirational and out of box creation from the other parts of the world in my upcoming articles.
The Boston Consulting GroupInterior Design by: Carr Design Group Pty Ltd
The Boston Consulting Group is one of the world’s leading management consulting firms.This work environment for BCG aims to provide a contemporary design solution that fosters and nurtures this thinking while representing the company’s workplace culture to visitors and clients.
Located in iconic 101 Collins Street Melbourne, the brief for the two level, 2000m2 tenancy is unique, in that there was a clear requirement for a greater percentage of closed versus open plan areas yet providing the flexibility to reconfigure teams without the need for costly external assistance.
Calder Woodburn Rest Station, MelbourneDesign by: BKK Architects
The rest station marks a point on the journey, providing a place for pausing and place for reflection. The roof serves as both shelter and sing in the landscape.
Norton Rose (Deacons) MelbourneArchitecture Firm: CARR Design
At the Norton Rose (Deacons) Melbourne, a prominent law firm, floors featuring the colors green, fuschia, purple and orange have successfully rewritten the rulebook on what it means to be a contemporary law practice in fast changing times.
Level EightArchitecture Firm: Collins Towers
This design of Level Eight creates a flexible workplace environment that enables interaction and reflection in a holistic yet exotic interior.
Pinnacles Desert DiscoveryInterior Design Firm: Freeman Ryan Design
The Pinnacles Desert Discovery visitor centre provides interpretive and visitor facilities for tourists to the world-famous limestone formations of Numbung National Park. Freeman Ryan Design developed and designed the exhibition space within the new centre. The displays includes specimens of local flora and fauna, graphics, photographs and multimedia; custom finishes were developed for the displays to reflect the colours and textures of the area’s natural surroundings.
University of South Australia Future Learning SpaceDesign by: Woods Bagot
The task came to Woods Bagot with the ambition of creating a learning environment for the newly created combined ‘Foundation Studies’ in engineering. And that a was really successful mission.
MKTInterior Design by: Henry Francis Design
The 77m2 space for MKT, a marketing and communications company transformed a small shell into a dynamic, contemporary workspace. The bold yet feminine space reflects the sophistication and individuality of the company, with Art Deco-inspired geometric forms and bold colors.