Artichoke Night School: Sydney

As we progress to a sustainable future, more architects and designers are pursuing design interventions that embrace retrofitting and reuse. How can this responsive approach be applied to create beautiful workplace interiors that simultaneously cater to the expectations of employees and the functionality of a business? Hosted in the Living Edge Sydney showroom, at the highly respected program presented by Artichoke magazine, we heard from three speakers whose projects have achieved this balance.

Great expectations: Reimagining office design
Artichoke Night School Sydney 2023

We would like to express our gratitude to the esteemed speakers, Nazia Kachwalla (Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects), Alex Hopkins (Studio Tate), and Charlotte Wilson (SJB) for sharing their valuable insights, as well as the exceptional Georgia Birks for moderating the discussion.

Photography: Anna Kucera

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