The Multiglaze suite provides design flexibility whilst maintaining a streamlined appearance. Designed to suit 13mm plasterboard, the suite is available to suit 51 and 64mm stud thicknesses. Sturdy door frame concept through the use of the three point fixing design creates firm and secure frames, also accommodating a range of door thicknesses. This system is also well suited for silicone butt-jointed glass partitioning. Installation is simplified, resulting in a more permanent office division with added privacy, security and acoustic benefits. Specifications and photos of the Multiglaze 80 and 90 suites are contained within this brochure.
Client: Dun & Bradstreet Australia and New Zealand
Interior Design & Project Management: Smith Madden Group
Photographer: Nicole Reed - A Shot Away
The Kangan Batman TAFE Automotive Centre of Excellence (ACE) will be the first dedicated automotive training facility in the southern hemisphere. The building itself is unique in the way innovative sustainable design features have been integrated. The challenge for the new ACE building was to produce a landmark structure that delivers excellence in learning space, sustainability measures, occupancy comfort and within budget constraints. As the state's largest provider of automotive training, Kangan institute is committed to continually developing learning opportunities and reflecting the skill demands of the competitive Victorian automotive industry.
SEEK is Australia and New Zealand’s most popular choice for people seeking employment and those seeking employees.
In their recently developed Melbourne office, a highly professional, fun, happy, people-orientated atmosphere has been created with innovation that went above and beyond in levels of creativity and detail.
The round meeting rooms are carefully positioned in the vast open areas to promote a collaborative environment with table tennis tables and lounges in their break-out area.
‘Gold Coast University Hospital (GCUH) is set to change any preconception you might have of a hospital – it is not plain white, it is not stark; GCUH is a modern workplace for staff and will act as a home away from home for many of its patients’
Construction has spanned over the past four years and after nearly nine million construction hours and 1.8 billion dollars later, the facility is ready to be brought to life. GCUH is physically the largest hospital in the southern hemisphere and is due to open in September 2013. Design process has included the ongoing consultation of working groups including; Administrative, Operative and surgical staff.
Australia’s largest national rail freight and ports operator has brought their business divisions (Pacific National and Patrick Ports) together with the logistic service company at 476 St Kilda Road Melbourne.
The interior design focused on promoting Asciano by emphasising its brand and core business. From the refurbished shipping container used as a meeting room to their internal décor, everything about the fitout shouts their focus on transport infrastructure...
With a clear understanding of The Boston Consulting Group’s (BCG) and the Architect's core values, the new BCG Sydney fitout reveals the enormous potential and artistry that goes into creating a contemporary office environment. The fitout incorporates bold design aesthetics and a unique open floorplan.
The Linium 90 Partition Suite was used throughout the fitout to achieve the effortless, minimalistic look.
Criterion Industries has partnered together with Architects and Builders to create a distinguished workplace which will significantly contribute to enhancing performance, fostering a collaborative and cohesive working culture.
Sweett Group is a global company with expertise in property and infrastructure services. Their services include cost management, programme and project management, strategic advisory and consultancy services. Their cafeteria-type breakout room is central to the office suite and with motivational modern feature walls, creates a buzzing environment. Criterion was glad to be included in creating an open and inspiring atmosphere for their recent Melbourne office fitout. Criterion supplied the Artesian frameless glass sliding system and aluminium partitioning systems.
AXA have recently relocated to 750 Collins Street Docklands to create a more open, flexible and productive environment for employees.
AXA incorporated environmentally sustainable features throughout the building including natural daylight for 70% of offices and has received 5-Star Green Star Design Rating, 4-Star Green Star As-Built (fitout) Rating, 4.5 Star Australian Building Greenhouse Rating and Award of Merit from the Docklands precinct.