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01 50 Miller Street lobby/end of trip

D– Enfold Projects

P – Matt Craig

Transforming a dark and dated space, the entire front has been opened to create a new façade. Referencing the shape and speed of light, movement and reflection are explored through a natural material palette. Defined zones and simple luxury are employed to revitalise the arrival experience.

02 101 Miller end of trip facilities

D– Enfold Projects

P – Matt Craig

An oasis in the heart of North Sydney, the project was conceived as a sensory experience: spa-like, warm and inviting. The result is a relaxing end of journey and positive start of the trip home via 100 bike racks, 144 lockers, airing cupboards, ironing stations, towel service, shoe shiner

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