This space sees the merging of the tangible and the intangible; the spatial and the emotional. The space serves as a cross disciplinary space for those who inhabit it. Challenges of the space will be approached with a fundamental goal to fulfil both the spatial and the emotional. The office environment acts as a primary support for cognitive, aesthetic and self-actualisation needs.
Through considered spatial design and calculated selection of colours, textures and materials, a harmony is forged between the spatial emotional and emotional components; bridging the experience for a highly engaging and functional work environment. The fluid movements which repeat throughout the space and are reflected in vertical, horizontal design elements can also been seen cross representationally in the selection of textures. The heavy contrast of the polished concrete, central glass fishbowl, heavy timber hues, metal curtains and carpeted areas effectively create a dynamic spatial and emotional environment.
The fluidity of this building is as a consequence of the spatial and emotional output of the design. As like assimilated in nature, the dweller is inspired to contribute the most creativity, innovation and leadership. We believe it is our job to create spaces that inspire people to function at these high levels. The choice of raw concrete and timber materials set against metallic finishes, glass, and plasterboard, evoke an organic quality that appeals to people’s preference for natural settings.