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Studio Tate revitalises administration headquarters of the Burnet Institute in Melbourne

The Melbourne-based interior architecture practice has conceived an environment that ticks every design box for originality, detail and resolution Located in Melbourne, Australia, the Burnet

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The Melbourne office designed to boost employee wellbeing

This workspace and clinic delivers a state-of-the-art medical centre experience focused squarely on the wellbeing of its staff and patients Situated in the dynamic and


A modern co-working space centred around a village square concept

Studio Tate’s communal spaces for a prestigious Australian school set out to rework elements of the traditional village square into something quite new Co-working spaces


From the Archive: Studio Edwards insert steel-framed pods into warehouse office

In re-configuring a warehouse shell into an office space, this design offers an adaptable solution.  Facing the shell of a warehouse in Collingwood, Melbourne, and


How design and data amplify social enterprise in this Melbourne co-working space

Studio Tate has aligned the vision for a new landmark co-working space in North Melbourne with the organisation’s core values through intelligent design Melbourne-based interior

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Why Australian office design is ahead of the curve on health and wellbeing

What designers can learn from getting an international perspective on design. Having worked in office design across the globe including Asia, the Middle East and


The plywood-clad Sydney studio with plenty of break-out spaces

The best architects practice what they preach, so when Australian firm Hayball needed to move its Sydney office to larger premises it developed a set


UNStudio is selected to design Australia’s tallest building

Beulah Internationl, Australian property developer, has announced that the ‘Green Spine’ design proposal by Dutch architecture firm UNStudio and Melbourne-based Cox Architecture has been selected

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Money Box, Sydney

Built in 1916, 5 Martin Place is one of Sydney’s most culturally significant buildings. The Commonwealth Bank’s former home, nicknamed the “Money Box” because its


Hassell creates Medibank’s Melbourne HQ

Australian health insurance provider Medibank’s new HQ in Melbourne, designed by Hassell, is a rich embodiment of its ideas about workplace wellbeing A healthy workplace is



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