Architecture and design talent in Australia
As we approach the end of the year, we take a look at some of our favourite projects designed in Australia. We’re fortunate to have worked with the most innovative and creative designers who deliver inspiring spaces across all sectors, from office environments to education spaces and entertainment venues. Are you ready to be inspired?
William Inglis and Son by McIldowdie Partners
Designed by the talented team at McIldowdie Partners, BAUX Curve and Line panels feature in the auditorium at Australia’s largest and oldest bloodstock auctioneer, William Inglis and Son Ltd, to absorb sound and complement the natural aesthetic of the space.
Wunggurrwil Dhurrung by Gregory Burgess Architects & Gresley Abas Architects
Designed by Gregory Burgess Architects and Gresley Abas Architects, Wunggurrwil Dhurrung is a culturally safe space for gathering, learning, events, service provision, and Early Years education. BAUX tiles were selected for the ceilings in the Early Years rooms for their calm, neutral tones, their textural richness, geometry and their acoustic performance. Prominent without dominating, BAUX Acoustics Tiles enhance the relationship between the building and the wider environment.
Growth Point Properties by Conrad Gargett
Experiencing the typical noise disturbances of an entrance lobby, Growthpoint Properties minimised the impact of sound and echo using BAUX acoustic panels and tiles. The design team at Conrad Gargett selected a colourful combination of BAUX tiles to not only absorbs sound but also create an interesting design feature in the entrance lobby of the bustling workspace.
Bille Brown Theatre by Conrad Gargett
The Bille Brown Theatre is a major milestone in the history of Queensland. It represents the first ‘home’ theatre and a major asset to the arts community and general public. The refurbishment of the Bille Brown studio delivered an extensive upgrade, with a reconfigured stage and a purpose built, fixed seating arrangement for over 350 patrons.
A redesign of the main entry and the existing external courtyard allowed for the rationalisation of public circulation paths into the theatre space and increased the amenity for patrons before and after performances. Conrad Gargett selected BAUX Panels in Diagonal were used to manage the acoustics in this space.
Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) by IA Design
The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT), located in Perth’s central business district, deals with delicate hearings and appeals that require the highest levels of acoustic privacy. Interior designers at IA Design have created comfortable functional spaces that flow seamlessly between private and public work environments.
IA Design’s interior team wanted to create a workspace that satisfied AAT’s functional requirements without creating cold impersonal spaces. Their design – which is spread over two floors – is a combination of private & public spaces, including state-of-the-art hearing and interview rooms. BAUX wood wool designs brought soft textures to these spaces, allowing each room to be individually identifiable whilst meeting AAT’s stringent acoustic requirements.
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