Posts in "Commercial Office"

Webb Dock West RoRo Terminal

Designed by Plus Architecture, this minimal modernist building, located at Webb Dock West, is evocative of a Jeffrey Smart painting. Finely detailed, there’s a simple and graphic quality to the design. This three-level building is an automotive terminal for MIRRAT; Melbourne International RoRo (roll-on roll-off cargo) Automotive Terminal. It features a flat roof, large picture… Continue reading

Channel Nine Headquarters

Channel Nine’s relocation to Perth’s CBD underpinned a desire to centralise their operations hub with greater exposure to their viewership. COX worked closely with Primewest and Channel Nine to provide an urban solution, new campus environment and new visual gateway at the apex of St Georges Terrace. The project amalgamates three lots together with enclosed… Continue reading

ABC Melbourne Headquarters

As Australia’s national broadcaster, the ABC is a vital and much-loved public institution. It is integral to the social, cultural, and political life of the city, state, and nation. Occupying a key Southbank site in Melbourne, the ABC building forms part of a dynamic cultural, arts, and education precinct which has reshaped this strategic inner-city… Continue reading

The Rubik Cube

Since 2001, Baldasso Cortese has been collaborating with Fivex Commercial Property on the redevelopment of their Riverview House building at 276 Flinders Street in Melbourne, Australia. Originally constructed for the Commonwealth Bank in 1967, the building holds significant presence nestled on top of one of Melbourne’s busiest intersections. Early projects saw podium levels converted into… Continue reading

Melbourne Theatre Company HQ

The offices and workshops of the Melbourne Theatre Company at Southbank in Melbourne, Australia house about 60 people working across a variety of areas including: administration finance creative technical production (including rehearsals) set construction wardrobe makers Six Degrees Architects was retained to design a space for these uses. The Melbourne Theatre Company wanted robust, simple,… Continue reading

Target Head Office

In 2018, architects Gray Puksand created a dynamic new building for an iconic Australian discount department store brand. Target has been a mainstay for many Australians since it was first founded back in 1926. Its roots can be traced back to Victoria’s Geelong region. Fittingly, Target’s new headquarters was built within the Cedar Woods master-planned… Continue reading

Cubitt Street, Cremorne

NTF Architecture designed a boutique office development at 3 Cubitt Street, Cremorne in Melbourne, Australia. Their brief was to create maximum net lettable area for minimum cost. They delivered that. And they captured the essence of the client in the base building and tenancy fit out too. From the entry at Cubitt Street, the experience… Continue reading

388 William Street, Melbourne

Elenberg Fraser’s new commercial office and 5-star hotel project called on the spirit of the Roman deity, Janus – the twin-faced god of transitions. Why do that? Well, Elenberg Fraser knew that this space will be many things to many people. And they wanted to shatter conventional architectural hierarchy. They did that by blurring the… Continue reading


Botanicca: creating a sense of place, for people. Inspired by the colours of the native flora, specifically the River Red Gum, Botanicca tells the tale of its surrounding – bringing back to the site, the colours that existed over 200 years ago. The building’s slender shapes and perforated cladding enable the penetration of daylight while… Continue reading

Civic Quarter

Civic Quarter (CQ) is a mixed-use commercial tower in Canberra’s city centre and the first stage completed in the redevelopment of its prominent namesake site. No longer suitable as a modern workplace, the previous office building’s scale and public domain interface did not reflect high-quality urban design or the zoning objectives of the Territory Plan…. Continue reading