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Workplace Interiors

Innovative design in workplace interiors is not only an essential expression of a corporate identity and brand, but also a critical way in which to attract and retain great employees. The key to this is meeting a range of desired requirements – the presence of natural light, biophilic principles and materials, inspiring art or creative visuals, reconfigurable spaces with varied, comfortable furniture options and the inclusion of either wellness or social spaces.

It is no wonder that the Woods Bagot Perth Studio ticks all these boxes and was the winner of the 2017 IDEA Award for Workplaces under 1000sqm. Completed in May 2016 and located on St Georges Terrace, the 1350-square metre site occupies the historic 1897 Palace Hotel.

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