Commercial Design Trends Vol. 30/9
Commercial Design Trends is aimed at our professional readers, and showcases commercial buildings. The book features regular sections on offices, hospitality, retail, education and apartments, as well as a host of other relevant topics. It also presents the latest products and services from designers and manufacturers.
Civic & Institutional
Office fit out for DNV GL Technology Centre, Singapore, by Aedas Interiors
Interior office fit out fit-out by Aedas Interiors, Singapore. Double height reception area, with central staircase connecting all floors.
Contemporary loft-style office interior in Art Deco Chicago building for social media team
Contemporary fit-out of penthouse floors in Art Deco building creates perfect home for Kimberly-Clark team specialising in social media research
Tyree Energy Technologies Building University of New South Wales with student commons, central atrium
A new technologies building gave the UNSW Australiaan ideal opportunity to showcase sustainable design and research
The Interlace, an apartment complex in Singapore by OMA
The Interlace apartment development in Singapore offers affordable housing, and features stacked building blocks in hexagonal pattern.
DuctSox Fabric Air Dispersion Systems from Smooth-air
DuctSox Fabric Air Dispersion Systems fit all open ceiling environments the latest ventilation solution from Smooth-Air
Colourful renovated kitchen with metallic curved island front and red pendants.
A crescent-shaped bar with a sparkling plinth is a feature of this extensively remodelled kitchen by Nicola Cumming Design
Richmond commercial fabric collection from Warwick
The latest European wool blends in a winning combination of geometric lines, vibrant colour and texture this is the Richmond Collection from Warwick
Preservation and refurbishment of Grade II listed historic apartment building in Wellington
Seismic strengthening and refurbishment of Grade II listed building reveals brief for original roofer using high-grade Neuchatel waterproofing in 1925
Mixed-use commercial development in Christchurch with retail, offices, large cafe courtyard
100 Moorhouse Ave commercial building constructed by Calder Stewart features cafe courtyard with overhead louvres, Corten steel
Facade design, engineering and installation for tertiary campus and Transport Interchange
MIT Manukau campus, train station, bus station, facade design, engineering and installation by King Facade International
Custom-designed air conditioning, heating and ventilation systems for tertiary institute
A variety of air conditioning solutions were provided for the new MIT building by Aquaheat New Zealand, including an ultra-quiet system for the auditorium
Ultra short-throw projectors, touch screen interactive technology for tertiary institute
MIT maximising education opportunities through interactive technology platform supplied by Automation Associates
Heritage building in Dunedin undergoes full renovation with Resene colours
South Seas colours influenced the restoration of the historic Sargood Centre in Dunedin once an art gallery, now a sports education facility