Beulah International is a prestigious property development firm located in Collins Street, Melbourne. Beulah’s recent fitout featured elements from the latest creative and fresh workplace designs - embraces collaborative work areas, break-out rooms for private meetings, executive office suites and has a great work-life balance design. Kovstruct delivered and end to end solution to this project by providing consultation, project briefing/design – right through to completion.
Norton Rose is one of the largest international legal practices in Australia and in the past decade, has been one of the fastest growing in the country.
With stunning views of the Brisbane River and nestled in the exclusive CBD, Norton Rose blends in with the stylish and elite streetscape. The new office fit out was not only designed to reflect the urban landscape but Norton Rose’s principles of a providing a professional, healthy and positive working environment.
A leader in commercial real estate debt and investment advice, Maxcap Group has managed more than $3.6 billion of commercial mortgages. As one of Australia’s largest providers of second mortgage funding, Maxcap needed a Melbourne office that reflected their strong position in the market.
Located on Level 6, 303 Collins Street, the new office presented several challenges. The 400m2office space curved with the contour of the building and required creative floor layouts and construction techniques. In addition, the client had a tight time frame that need to be adhered to.
The design placed an emphasis on spaciousness, with exposed ceilings and glass partitioning providing an airy feeling. The partitioning used is Criterions’ Platinum 90 in satin black Powdercoat finish – the perfect finishing touch for this office.
The MLC Centre is an iconic Sydney building, one of the city's prominent CBD addresses. Strategically located on Martin Place, at the corner of King and Castlereagh Streets, it caters to a range of businesses and offers access to the city’s key business amenities.
Criterion is pleased to be part of the MLC Centre’s recent refurbishment project, supplying the Definium 90 and Gallium 45 Aluminium Partitioning Systems in Quarry Beige anodise. The Amazon Sliding Tracks were also incorporated into the fit out, completing the sophisticated feel of the office.
The contractor easily incorporated the Gallium 45 narrow horizontal midrails into the Definium 90 suite to achieve the architect’s desired outcome.
Indue deliver powerful results by integrating financial payment products and settlement services. They think creatively to tailor and fully customise client solutions.
Indue’s office refurbishment brief was clearly defined, yet still allowed for plenty of design creativity. They wanted a team-orientated workspace where staff could interact and collaborate, with an emphasis on inspiring continuous innovation and fresh thinking. With a focus on the new, their neutral office was transformed with colourful, themed rooms designed to express the Indue brand and convey a strong sense of identity.
The Lunch Room was designed for collaboration and informal meetings and as a setting for every form of teamwork. It is also the perfect space for employees to take a comfortable and casual break and relax throughout the day.
A variety of Criterion products were involved in the redesign, namely our Niagara sliding track system, frameless glass sliding doors, and Aurora aluminium doors. These products contributed to the design aesthetic by providing easy, attractive access to rooms, while also allowing for more separate meeting space.
The refurbishment of the Australia Post Building at 219-241 Cleveland Street Strawberry Hills involves a base-building upgrade of the entire 33,000m²+ building including replacement of all existing services, plant and equipment. Australia Post will remain as the anchor tenant and a staged 10,000m² integrated fit-out will be carried out concurrently with the other phases of work being undertaken. Externally the façade will be replaced whilst keeping existing tenants in-situ and there will be extensive landscaping and a new steel / glass colonnade and portal entry to the building.