Hassell Studio Brisbane | Hassell

Hassell’s new Brisbane studio, located on Yuggera and Turrbal Country, is housed within the old Peter’s Ice Cream Factory at West Village, West End. Workspaces enable collaboration, visibility, and flexibility, support agile working, and give staff greater autonomy as they choose their daily setting depending on their needs.

Abundant natural light and lush subtropical planting provide visual relief and calm to support staff wellbeing. Rough edges and historical graffiti have been preserved and softened with natural, sustainable finishes like cork and terracotta. The studio’s adaptability supports after dark client events and community gatherings.

Cox Architecture Adelaide Studio | Cox Architecture

Tucked away in the heart of the CBD is 57 Wyatt Street, a COX-designed boutique commercial property, proudly serving as COX Adelaide’s new forever home.

Rooted in the triumvirate of Community, Wellness, and Craft, the design embraces new ways of working, both now and into the future.

Our planning approach was initiated from a desire to foster a connected community – actualising in the creation of flexible and hackable spaces that support both collaboration and moments of individual reflection.

Arup Adelaide | Walter Brooke

At the core of the project was the teams genuine commitment to shaping a better world ‘- creating a space that promotes health, well-being, and sustainability. Our challenge was to reuse as much as possible of the existing, outdated fit-out while ensuring that the outcome was cohesive and did not appear as a jumbled collection of elements. We analysed salvageable items, avoided those nearing the end of their life, and considered options such as refinishing or recycling. The Arup workplace aims for Living Building Certification, which focuses on reducing materials, promoting reuse, biophilic design, and eliminating toxic materials.

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