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Silver Design Award for Unispace's Melbourne studio

Transforming a traditional 1980s office space into an agile, transparent and connected workplace, our Melbourne studio has won Silver in the 2016 Melbourne Design Awards.

Located in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD at 1 Collins Street overlooking Treasury Gardens, the studio focuses on engaging with clients and the city. Global Design Director Simon Pole said the design was carefully crafted to create a memorable, tangible and practical demonstration of agile working in motion for clients supported by the right technology and behaviours.

“We’ve created our ideal workplace that reflects Unispace’s unique methodology and our fluid, agile and connected way of working,” says Simon. “Moving through the space, the studio is zoned to support the balance of four different work modes – learn, social, collaboration and focus – and enhance our culture which is built on innovation and strong team work.”

2016 Melbourne Design Awards

Announced by design100 Founder Mark Bergin on 30 June, 106 winning projects (45 Gold + 61 Silver) have been awarded across the disciplines of Space, Object, Digital, Communication and Service Design. The design of Unispace's Melbourne studio was awarded Silver in the Interior Design - Corporate category.

"We have a great list of award winners, full of projects from forward thinking companies that are DRIVENxDESIGN," said Mr Bergin. "We live in an age where technology is disrupting the status quo; design is the fast track for society to harness disruption, reconnecting the community, markets and transforming the economy. The courage demonstrated by clients and creative teams is the powerhouse behind a strong pool of award winners."

The Melbourne Design Awards is a member of the [city] design awards program incorporating 8 global design capitals: New York, San Francisco, Chicago, London, Hong Kong, Melbourne and Sydney, providing the design community critical links into global markets and an efficient method to gain recognition in export markets. More on design100