Real Estate & Property

We are excited to embark on a new design project with NNW Property in Sydney's North West suburb of Epping. This is our third interior design and architectural project in the real estate & property category for a boutique local & family owned business. Looking forward to sharing with you the final built project design. We have also designed projects for O'Gorman & Partners in Mosman and Clarke & Humel in Manly. 

We are working along side Branding & Communications experts Born & Raised in transforming a holistic brand & architecture experience across customer touchpoints, both tangible and digital. Our process in working with Born & Raised is anchored within our principles of 'strategy & brand first before creative thinking evolves around the environment'

Our post also takes you through our thinking of free hand sketches, materials and built project photography.

Project Credits are as follows:

Brand & Communications - Born and Raised, @bornandraisedagency

Architecture & Interior Design - The Great Indoors, @thegreatindoorscreative


 Existing Building Facade

Existing Building Facade


NNW Property - Proposed Client Reception - Sketch by Lee Hopkinson, The Great Indoors


NNW Property - Proposed Client Reception - Sketch by Lee Hopkinson, The Great Indoors

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Clarke & Humel - Proposed Client Reception - Sketch by Lee Hopkinson, The Great Indoors


O'Gorman & Partners - Client Reception Photography courtesy of Terence Chin

3D Officeworks Service Retail Design Experience

Officeworks has launched its first 3D Experience Centre at its newly opened Russell St store in Melbourne.

Officeworks head of technology, Toby Watson, said the introduction of its 3D Experience Centre is continuing proof of the retailer’s commitment to offering Aussies the latest in technology.

“Officeworks is really pleased to provide consumers with unprecedented access to this innovative technology, taking them on a new and unique journey, which we believe presents a huge opportunity for professionals, students and tech lovers alike,” Watson said.

The 3D Experience Centre offers 3D printing and also has 3D products such as pre-printed 3D models, as well as a range of 3D hardware and consumables available to purchase.

The Centre has also introduced a ‘Mini Me’ 3D photo booth that scans customers to then print lifelike miniature models.

“Going beyond the novelty factor, 3D printing opens up a world of creativity and stretches the limits of design. In terms of what next from here, we’ll be led by the uses that our customer’s see and we’ll expand and evolve with that in the future,” Watson said.

Article content courtesy of Inside Retail

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