University of South Australia’s new Mount Gambier Learning Centre is amazing. Designed by Guida Moseley Brown architects with local hero’s Russell & Yelland Architects, we were brought on board to specify the furniture. This included all loose furniture around the learning centre, tutorial furniture, foyer furniture, offices and meeting rooms. The centre also has specialist
The end product being an amazing blend of materials such as stainless steel benchtops, eco-ply birch wood cabinetry,white structured tiles, resin bench and feature wall paper.
Wholefoods was designed to feel warm and welcoming, a mix of different materials were used to achieve this.
The Campus Store carries diverse stock at varying levels throughout the academic year.
The Post Office has a refined retail display space & atmosphere was created on the ceiling.
The Pharmacy has three clear zones: retail space, back office and drug storage/dispensary.
New foyer design for Migration Museum, a mix of Australian oak and concrete.
Bungalow conversion to contemporary Podiatry Clinic, interior design, custom furniture & exterior colours.
An industrial warehouse conversion into a contemporary exciting office space.
A fun, fresh approach to library interiors to bring this 1900’s bluestone council building into the 21st century.
This project included design of interiors spaces, custom a sofa and rug & outdoor spaces.
A quirky kitchen, bathroom and living space for these mid-century furniture connoisseurs.
Luxurious and warm interiors were the focus for this local boutique clothing chain.
This project included the complete reconfiguration of the public spaces of a traditional double fronted villa.
Brief was not do traditional 'health care' - to create an interior brand that reflected the energy of this business.
This gorgeous 60's timber house in Warradale needed a kitchen with personality, but with a timeless edge.
As Marks business grew we assisted with 3 minor renovations over 9 years to keep his old office working.
The brief was to create a space which has a warm, welcoming atmosphere, adding texture and interest.
The brief for the Promethean was to convert a church hall into a live music venue.
Our brief is evident in the finishes; the emphasis was on warm tones, lighting and texture.
Skycity had an area within their 24hr bar Loco that they wanted to warm-up and make a space in its own right.
A refresh on a one roomed office that had been hidden under layers of aging cream paint for years.
The fitout for Heal involved converting a traditional house into a multi-functional yet unified podiatry clinic
This family house was designed for everything to have a place.
When the new owners bought the hotel in August 2003, they had big plans.
Owners of the brand new Banque wanted a look that was slick and contemporary, yet very comfortable.
Large interiors and a dazzling view demanded carefully detailed furniture.
Furniture that was welcoming & functional primarily for children, but to be shared with grownups.
Stylishly simple palate, continued in the furniture allows the view along the space to take centre stage.