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It’s out with the old and in with the new, as Amicus Interiors delivers a new 1000sqm collaborative workspace for this Medical Research Company . The Level 38, 55 Collins Street, Melbourne fitout was constructed over a seven week period after a design period of three months.
The design vision for the leading Stem Cell technology company was to create an open, collaborative workspace that would be both modern and functional. The tenancy was to be divided in two, to enable the second space to be sublet until a time when Mesoblast expands its team.
Amicus partnered with Carr Design Group and Aston Consulting to construct a fully functional, custom design based on cost-effectiveness.
A soft pallet was chosen to minimise a clinical appearance and to maintain the design standards of their New York office. The open plan layout includes a collaborative space with focus rooms, a light break out room and kitchen.
Large picturesque windows provide staff and clients with views of the surrounding Melbourne landscape. With first impressions of utmost importance, the front of house features a stunning polished sandstone counter.
The outcome is a serene workspace that reflects this company's corporate identity and their plans for the future.
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