THE WHITE AGENCY

THE WHITE AGENCY

Architect
Brett Mickan Interior Design
Location
Sydney NSW, Australia
Project Year
2013
Category
Offices
Thomas Dalhoff

THE WHITE AGENCY

Brett Mickan Interior Design as Architects

Yellow carpet, planter boxes and glass wall sections have been used by interior design firm Brett Mickan Interior Design to transform a standard 1960s office building in Sydney into an open and interactive space. The contemporary design, for internet advertising company The White Agency, gives a nod to the City Fringe building’s urban outlook and uses a three-quarter-height wall of white metal planters to hint at the treetop view beyond. In order to maintain a feeling of spaciousness, the designers chose to shorten the wall height. The new interior also includes a yellow carpet that guides guests to reception and serves as a bright, fresh base, while a series of contemporary lights add character.

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