lawson village centre

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The Lawson Village centre is a boutique retail development of 10 Shops fronting the Great Western Highway at Lawson in the Blue Mountains. The buildings iconic tower is strategically located and designed to `mark’ the new town centre following the recent renewal and upgrade works to the Great Western Highway. The project provides a variety of modern shops that address …


total construction

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integratedDESIGNgroup was engaged to not only create a new workspace for Total Construction, but to assist in the cultural change of the work place, providing a series of open work spaces to promote team work and improve communication. Inspired by the existing rhythm of timber trusses, a typical work space module was determined. This formed the basis of team clusters. …


sydney harbour foreshore authority

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integratedDESIGNgroup were engaged to create a new presence for the Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority at their Pyrmont office. The fit-out provides flexible work space for a variety of project managers whilst also serving as an arrival point for international dignitaries. The materiality embraces natural elements, using recycled wharf timbers, stone and stainless steel to bring clarity to a series of …


residential lobby

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Whilst not involved in the design or documentation of the overall building integratedDESIGNgroup were engaged to develop concepts for a sophisticated residential and commercial lobby in Strathfield. The residential foyer serves over 100 apartments via two lift cores from a common lobby, whilst the commercial lobby is a discreet entrance serving a boutique collection of professional offices. The lobbies have …


mleko bar 2

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Following the success of the first mleko bar integratedDESIGNgroup were approached to prepare a design for a new takeaway espresso bar. The concept was a ‘hole in the wall’ within a 12 square metre tenancy, serving customers from passing street trade espresso and take away food. The development has increased vibrancy and energy to under-utilised streetscape by introducing life and …


mleko bar 1

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Located in the foyer of 50 Goulburn Street, Sydney, mLeko bar is an ‘inviting corner’ to sit and watch the comings and goings of Austereo’s Sydney office and studio. Positioned behind the 2dayFM street studio and at the top of the wire flight of stairs, the fit out is warm and inviting. Planning is configured to ensure the privacy of …


law chambers

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integratedDESIGNgroup coordinated the design development to DA application, documentation and material selections for the fit-out of Samuel Griffin Chambers as part of the delivery team organised by Kell & Rigby. The collaborative effort ensured that the project was delivered on time and within budget providing the Barristers of SGC with a sophisticated and contemporary  presence.


idg north strathfield

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The space is a refurbishment of the old `Arnotts Factory Toilets’ and the lineal quality of the space allows us to explore the ideals for the production of architecture; concept, contemplation, interpretation, development and delivery. At the far end of the space we meet with the client, understand the brief and conceptualise, from here the ideas are contemplated at the …


idg bathurst

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The robust character of the historic building, within the heritage precinct of Bathurst, demanded a confident yet sensitive response. The usual notion of replica wrought iron and detailed timber posts would lead to another generation of maintenance until the building next fell into disrepair. We decided to apply our usual philosophy, literally at our own doorstep and so we investigated …


ian parker motors

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The development was designed to meet increasing demands and accommodate predicted growth of an existing dealership. The planning establishes key links between the departments whilst providing required separation and privacy between the three marquees.Honda, the primary marquee, functions as the nerve centre for all the businesses and the form of the building reflects this hierarchy. The structure and facades were …