Design: DesignInc / Photography: Dianna Snape / "Inspired by Australia’s terrain and Indigenous cultures, this flexible workplace uses landscape as an anchoring principal. Leading visitors in a journey to their destination, a key architectural element is an undulating timber wall that is inspired by a forest walk. Views open and contract as people move through the space. Timber fins and spatial landmarks establish a sense of journey and reinforce wayfinding in a logical and enjoyable experience. The design approach maximises connections with nature through references to natural forms and materials. Being strategic about access to natural light and views, the use of translucent panels increases connectivity and provides visual clues to activity in dry research work zones. The materials palette favours warm, coppery tones, referencing the rich colours of Australia's centre. Robust and durable materials are selected that incorporate tactile elements like timber, leather, and stone. Extensive use of spotted gum timber is complemented by recessed LED lighting to create a welcoming, ambient glow. Traditional workspaces include a large boardroom, meeting spaces, offices and open plan work areas. In addition, an innovative, flexible event space supports a broad array of activities. These include informal workshops, lectures, interactive training and social functions. Touchdown points, easily reconfigured meeting spaces and conversation nooks increase the range of workspace options." - www.designinc.com.au // Products Featured: Delta Light Link S 3 Surface Mounted Downlights / Delta Light Spy ST Adjustable Downlights
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