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SEARCHING FOR A POSITIVE IMPACT ARCHITECTURE

Since reading Bruce Pascoe’s Dark emu, I can’t stop thinking about Aboriginal design. In fact it’s changed my entire thinking about what truly a successful design could look like and how it could function.

Unknown to most Australians, Aboriginal Australia had an incredible design and architecture culture. This included specialised and climate appropriate buildings from houses to large meeting halls, irrigation infrastructure and water ways and finely crafted objects and tools such as fishing nets indistinguishable from those that were English made. They had also developed highly efficient organisational processes that ensured adequate food harvests at all times of the year, incorporating major events and multi-tribe gatherings.

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NORTON LEGAL WORKPLACE FEATURED ON INDESIGN LIVE

Our first interior design project Norton Legal, a workplace for a contemporary law firm in Footscray has been featured on InDesignLive

Norton Legal was an exploration of that examined the needs of a contemporary workplace offering both clients and staff the flexibility to work in a way that would help to balance the pressures of family and work. The workplace featured minimal materials, was located within a warehouse and featured several flexible multi-use spaces.

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NORTON LEGAL WORKPLACE - FEATURED ON LEIBAL

Our first interior design project Norton Legal, a workplace for a contemporary law firm in Footscray has been featured on Leibal.

Norton Legal was an exploration of that examined the needs of a contemporary workplace offering both clients and staff the flexibility to work in a way that would help to balance the pressures of family and work. The workplace featured minimal materials, was located within a warehouse and featured several flexible multi-use spaces.

As a side note we love LEIBAL, a platform dedicated to high quality minimal design. Check it out.

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Ben Shields