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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

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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


Cloud architecture for high-spec temporary HQ

Those Architects has refurbished a heritage-listed building overlooking Sydney Harbour for young tech firm Ansarada’s offices, while carefully preserving the structure’s existing fabric. Ben Mitchell,


DCM’s binary code facade for UTS, Australia

Denton Corker Marshall’s £113m building for the University of Technologies in Sydney features dramatic binary-code facades that cuts energy usage by up to 15%. The


Hassell refurbishes Qantas’ HQ in Australia

A four-and-a-half-year refurbishment project by Hassall has transformed Qantas’ HQ from a cluster of 1970s buildings to a fully connected, open-plan work space. You can

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Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners’ Sydney tower

There are few symbols that demonstrate corporate power more effectively than an office tower. For the puffed up worlds of finance and law, a purpose-built, spanking

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MLC’s multi-faceted Sydney workspace

Woods Bagot has re-worked MLC & NAB Wealth’s Sydney office, giving nod to the company’s history while crafting a space that represents who they are

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Bates Smart’s Conneq project

More so than ever, the interior design of workplace is intended to act as a business card for a company, and as a mirror of


Stuck in the past: real world offices

Elizabeth Choppin gets the lowdown on why, in the real world, the majority of offices in the UK are slow to adopt new ways of

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Vince Frost

Talking to Vince Frost on the phone at 9am London time, you can hear waves breaking in the background as he finishes his day on



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