Macquarie Goodman's mid-city premises signal their new public company status; a contemporary, efficient office environment clearly geared for growth but also evoking, through design, the stability of its family-business origins.
Daily business is often confidential, so the workspace was secured from the public areas. Operating divisions are open planned and defined by clusters of offices built into the building's faceted perimeter.
A bold red carpet leads from the lift lobby to an elegant timber reception table, an understated piece of furniture that addresses the entry. Timber and glass screen walls create an illusion of depth connecting the gallery-like reception area and perimeter client meeting rooms, whilst strategically placed doors and blinds create a subtly private area.