Mim Design‘s concept for Pask responds to the inner city location in Melbourne. Heavily influenced by it’s position on the 15th floor, the 170sqm interior takes full advantage of the panoramic views, segmented nature of the rooms and it’s residential-like appeal. Drawing inspiration from the modernist styles of the 1960s, the design plays homage to an urban sophistication, clean geometry and interesting juxtapositions.

Upon entering  the foyer, the space becomes one of warmth and intimate comfort in a refined environment. The office is a boutique combination of cultivated styles which have been realised through the use of quality materials that evoke classic, understated luxury – think Elba marble, supple leathers, timber ceilings, glazing inserts, plush upholstery and polished concrete floors punctuated with inset brass accents.

Materials were selected based on their warm masculinity, while the sophisticated yet pared back palette was implemented to highlight the strong lines and design elements of the multi-purpose office. The palette is elegant and well-resolved to create strong focal points throughout the hybrid open-planned spaces.

Project Management by Case Meallin.
Construction by Schiavello.

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[Images courtesy of Mim Design. Photography by Peter Clarke.]

 

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