|||||||||HASSELL’s Brisbane HQ, where indoor-outdoor meeting areas suit the climate|Workplace harmony in the frame at the Brisbane studio, a former bread factory|Open access for clients is an important part of HASSELL’s own philosophy|Tory Grist, head of the firm’s new London outpost|The main atrium at ANZ’s Melbourne HQ|Breakout hubs sit on the atrium’s perimeter, catching daylight from above|Each hub is intended to serve a different purpose: this one is “create”|Bangkok’s dtac House: a nice place to hang out||
16 Jan 2012

Hassell: the Australians have landed

Words by Hugh Metcalf

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