|||||||||||Aeroplane trolleys act as movable storage units|The main office area retains the timber beams and unusually shaped windows|The showroom features a small tree in its centre enclosed by wooden seating|Shoes are displayed on pallets mounted on wheels|The Birkenstock workhouse|Cubby holes built into the walls|The workshop ‘shed’|An angular doorway that reflects the shape of the roof|The spiral staircase leads to an outdoor terrace|The office was built as a factory for producing boots||
20 Nov 2014

Birkenstock’s Aussie HQ in old boot factory

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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