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52 Collins Street lobby

SJB Interiors

Realigning the lobby of 52 Collins Street with both the heritage of the building and character of the Paris end of Collins Street, the SJB design infuses the space with elements of surprise and glamour.

The project comprises a two-storey Heritage volume and contemporary commercial tower. Léo Terrando, SJB Interiors director and project lead, felt that it was imperative that the entrance door and façade read as a single aesthetic expression. To this end, a substantial timber and glass door of classical proportion and architectural style, was introduced to reinforce and anchor

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