commonwealth bank offices by frost* design
 
commonwealth bank offices by frost* design commonwealth bank offices by frost* design
jul 30, 2013

commonwealth bank offices by frost* design

commonwealth bank offices by frost* design

 

frost* design recently completed this illustrated environment for commonwealth bank’s melbourne call centre. working in collaboration with interior designers davenport campbell, we were commissioned to animate the newly refurbished activity-based workplace, whilst inspiring and engaging with staff who are often working on intense, monotonous tasks.

 

working closely with new york based illustrator james gulliver hancock, we established sub-themes of work, rest and play to tell the everyday stories of the city’s inhabitants – but with a fantastical twist.  the concept involved visually breaking up the building’s floor plate by referencing urban-laneway culture in work zones compared to parklands and nature in the break-out spaces.

 

hidden pockets of quirky detail were incorporated at a micro-scale, as a cheeky nod to the city’s laneways where there is always something new to discover. a graphic language formed from iconic melbourne architecture also helped embed the signage firmly into its location.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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