• Host Agency by WHO Design.


    Posted on 21st June, by Dana Tomić Hughes in interior design. 2 Comments

     

    Remember my rant from last week about the scarcity of good commercial design in our industry? How could you forget, right? Anyway, the way that rant started was when I chose to share pictures of this project with you, and the next thing I knew I was off on a massive tangent. Cause that’s the sort of stuff I do all the time.

    So back to this beautiful project which I’m really loving. It is a new “home” for Host Creative Agency in Surry Hills, designed by WHO Design. Sophisticated palette coupled with design classics gel effortlessly with a robust, raw and honest industrial setting. Absolutely stunning. Well done WHO Design, you’ve done a brilliant job yet again.

    By the way, this project is so fresh, the photos aren’t even shown on WHO’s website yet.
     

     


    {Images via here. Photography by Marcus Clinton.}





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