- Architecture & development
The way to give your business an attractive look is to literally pay attention to how you decorate your own business space. The feeling visitors get when they step into your space will contribute a lot to the next steps they will take. The real estate company that contacted Studio Haus Co, a leading Australian interior design studio, was very aware of this. Let us see how the design firm turned a relatively small space into a functional but aesthetic concept.
Australian full-service interior design studio Studio House Co loves a challenge. They also cut their teeth on this project in which three entrepreneurs asked them to turn an old, small, boring space into an inviting space with different functional zones. Above all, they wanted to bring out the full capacity the space could offer. The three owners of the business all had different wants and needs for the space, but agreed that the place needed to be inviting and exude their personal warm hospitality. Although the space was limited that Studio Haus Co could work with, they managed to fulfill every wish. They did this by playing smart; they divided the space into different zones with different purposes.
The three owners of the business all had different wants and needs for the space
The central showpiece of the space is undoubtedly the reception desk. The subtle combination of two natural tones on the earthy plaster finish resembles a gentle greeting of welcome. As you enter the room, the three spotlights shining on the counter also immediately give you the feeling that you can be helped there. If, as a guest, you do have to wait a while, you can settle down at the hand-pressed concrete round table after Luke Mansini's design. Afterwards, depending on the type of meeting, you can make your way to the large seating area or the private meeting room. The large seating area is formed by the characterful chestnut brown armchair and a robust coffee table made of blonde limestone. The private meeting room can also be fully soundproofed, allowing you to meet discreetly in the soft seats.
In the end, all zones form a beautiful whole through the common use of earth tones and a pre-painted chocolate-coloured wooden ceiling that continues through the entire space. The soothing whole is also given a gender-neutral look by the serene tones and fine textures. Studio Haus Co makes the room work through its minimalist stylistic approach and attention to detail. Want to get enchanted by more impressive projects and inspiring architecture? Be sure to follow us on Instagram on the account Imagicasa Architecture. On this page, we will share unique realisations, promising designs and innovative ideas daily.
Photography by Louise Roche