hecker guthrie creates a loft-like office for evolution 7 in melbourne
hecker guthrie creates a loft-like office for evolution 7 in melbourne
jan 18, 2016

hecker guthrie creates a loft-like office for evolution 7 in melbourne

hecker guthrie creates a loft-like office for evolution 7 in melbourne
all images © shannon mcgrath




based within a former warehouse in melbourne, australian practice hecker guthrie were charged with the fit out of digital agency evolution 7’s office space. established with high ceilings and plenty of space, the office is spread across two levels. embodying a minimal and clean aesthetic, the walls, surfaces and steel trusses have been painted in white.

long white tables establish the layout of the open plan space with a kitchen at the rear




a scaffold shelving system serves as partial partitioning-cum-storage, while highlighting the large staircase that connects the ground level to a mezzanine space. upstairs, a loft-like lounge adorned with scandanavian furniture allows workers to hold meetings and relax. as well as the green office chairs, plants have been draped over the ledges to give the space vibrancy- breaking up the whiteness of color scheme.

the studio is situated within a former warehouse

plants draped over the edges break up the whiteness of the interior

scandinavian furniture have been used throughout

the interior focuses of clean lines and creating a loft-like atmosphere

evolution 7 is a digital agency based in melbourne


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