Tuesday, February 17, 2009

reactive sydney studio

reactive sydney studio

I like the organization of this design studio space in Sydney, Australia. They have a continuous thin work surface around the perimeter of the office with bookshelves interspersed, and an enormous common work surface in the center.

reactive sydney studio

There is quite a bit of space around the center table as well. I think the open space really contribute so the space feeling uncrowded, and I image it would allow for dynamic activity around the center table.

reactive sydney studio

via Office Design Gallery

more photos at Flickr

3 comments:

  1. Open plans suck for design. Private offices are much better.

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  2. Well Jake, I'd love to read more of an explanation than a rule/drool comparison. Care to expand on that?
    The evidence shows that creative design offices almost always are open plan. I'm not saying its right or wrong - but I would like to understand why they almost all swing that way. Why do they think its better for them, and if its not as you claim, it certainly has not hindered the most successful design offices.

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  3. Wow, this studio looks great. We have developed something similar up in Dee Why. We have launched one of Sydney's first coworking spaces called CO-WORKA.

    Goodbye Hibernation, Hello!! Collaboration!!

    www.co-worka.com.au
    andrew@co-worka.com.au
    02 9981 1511

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