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Jones Lang LaSalle

Location:
Melbourne
Type:
Office
Year:
2002
Architect:
Hassell
Project Manager:
Walton Constructions
Photographer:
Trevor Mein
This new Melbourne office by Hassell Architects for real estate company Jones Lang LaSalle is as much a design and fitout exercise as it is an expression of the company's corporate image.

Hassell have designed a large common breakout area as the office hub, linked between floors by a central staircase. This hub is a key informal interaction zone that encourages collaboration and open communication and eliminates boundaries.

There are many 'zones' throughout the office, such as the circulation gallery, meeting rooms and lounges that evoke different varying experiences through lighting, tonal, textural and reflective treatments.

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Bertoia Side Chair

Bertoia Side Chair

Knoll Studio / Harry Bertoia

The Bertoia side chair has a seat and base of welded steel with rods available in polished chrome, satin chrome, black or white Rilsan polyester coating or a highly durable outdoor powdercoat (red, ye... More

Diapason (New)

Diapason (New)

Kreon / Jan Van Lierde

Diapason re-invented A quarter of a century after the design classic "Diapason" was launched by Kreon, the timeless piece in lighting design takes a turn for the future to meet today's re... More

Platner Tables

Platner Tables

Knoll Studio / Warren Platner

Platner dining and low tables with forms created by vertical steel wire rods welded to circular horizontal and edge-framing rods. Bright nickel finish with clear lacquer protection. Tops are 10mm thi... More

PO/0033-34

PO/0033-34

Marcel Wanders

Pendant light in white cotton with PVC lining over an aluminium frame.

PO/9909-10

PO/9909-10

Marco Zanuso Jr

High floor lamp with matt chrome base and white cotton shade. 2 sizes.

Up

Up

Kreon / Jan Van Lierde

Light becomes theatrical Up adds dynamism to your architecture: walls become sculptures and pieces of art show their mysticism. As the name implies, Up directs its light mainly upwards. Depending ... More

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Bourke Place is Melbournes second tallest building, and rises above Bourke Street only a short distance from the tallest - Rialto Tower. The building served as the global headquarters for BHP, and their logo, which sits near the top of the tower, is the highest sign in Australia. Constructed during the office boom of the late 1980's, the tower has a distinctive sloped roof, which distinguis... More

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