Nguluway Design Inc. engaged DLG SHAPE to undertake a comprehensive fitout of their new space at 126 Phillip Street, thoughtfully designed to accommodate their expanding team, which has grown from 40 to 120 members in the last five years.
The project encompassed a range of works, including the demolition of the existing tenancy, new meeting rooms, relocation of workstations, the installation of new flooring throughout the Front of House (FOH) areas, breakout space and kitchen, the transformation of the reception area and joinery, the integration of a new comms room, and upgrades to mechanical services.
This new studio environment nurtures a flexible and agile work ethos designed to foster collaboration and forge meaningful connections. The space boasts inviting collaborative zones, such as a lounge and dynamic hot desks, alongside a versatile ‘town hall’ with a well-equipped kitchen and an adaptable amphitheatre for events. Noteworthy design elements include plywood timber, textured ochre paints, plants, soft green woolen fabrics, and tan leather furnishings that foster a comforting and welcoming atmosphere.
Aligned with the client’s commitment to sustainability, the project demonstrated a keen focus on responsible practices. Existing furniture was repurposed wherever possible, and new materials and finishes were thoughtfully chosen with sustainability credentials in mind.
To ensure a seamless transformation of the space, the project required close collaboration and meticulous planning between all stakeholders involved.
Read more about the project here.