Synergy and a colourful dynamic define the Melbourne studio of B.E Architecture.
HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR STUDIO?
Brod: The first thing that comes to mind is actionpacked. Having three different directors creates a colourful dynamic. The studio is a large open-plan, light-filled space that promotes cross pollination.
WHAT INIT IALLY APPE ALED TO YOU ABOUT THE SPACE?
Jon: It was originally an accountant’s office with a suspended ceiling grid, partitions and fluro lights. I could see that with the ceiling removed and taken back to concrete and the walls removed it would be a great space, with a wall big enough for the art we like to work around.
WHAT ARE YOUR DE SK E SSENTIAL S?
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