PDG’s office refurbishment was recently featured on yellowtrace.com.au, one of Australia’s leading online design publications focused on Interior Design, Architecture, Art, Photography, Lifestyle & Design Culture.
Alex Hopkins, Principal Interior Designer at Studio Tate, who worked with PDG on the development of our new office, was interviewed for the article.
“The hexagonal floor plate was definitely the most challenging component of this project,” says Hopkins. “We conducted a thorough investigation of all possible planning solutions before starting any three-dimensional work. Ultimately, we wanted to demonstrate that productive and inspiring workplace design can be achieved in all environments. With the right configuration and selection of materials, you can create a sense of comfort, familiarity and warmth, even in the workplace.”
To see a full set of images and read the full article, click here.