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Our designers drew inspiration from the Victorian exterior design of the prestigious landmark building. As a result, Spaces T&G does not embrace the usual contemporary style of co-working spaces. The dominant materials are posh- stone, copper, wood and leather. These materials create a calm ambiance and look super classy too. You will helplessly fall in love with the brass decoration here. Indeed, brass is a warm, elegant accent that makes any space look luxurious effortlessly and adds a cosmopolitan edge.  The secret lies in the details – hemispherical suspension luminaire with a brass outer finish, gorgeous pendant lights suspended by gorgeous brass cords. Nothing too extravagant, we hope.

While the muted colors of stone, wood and leather are pleasing to the eyes, we did not forget to inject some vivid colors to renew the space. You will find strokes of trendy lush green in decorative plants snugged at every corner or pops of burnt orange in comfortable Vitra armchairs. In addition, we add colorful paintings to dress the plain whitewashed and ashy wall. However, these colorful pops do not downplay the powerful effect of the overall cool, dark palette. On the other hand, all of them exist together harmoniously.

The reception area is strategically located at the heart of Spaces T&G, enabling the staff to provide support to the visitors promptly. The atrium void at the heart of Spaces T&G captures natural light from the roof. As a result, the business café corner nearby is lit and cozy throughout the day. This is perfect spot for you to grab your daily coffee fix and small snack bites, or have a quick meet-up with your business partner.

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Spaces T&G

Walking down Collins Street, you will definitely notice this monumental landmark building that celebrates a glorious past. Nested in this awe-inspiring architectural work is our modern, stylish co-working space Spaces T&G. Spaces T&G is within walking distance from Flinders Street station, and hence highly accessible. You will also get to network with a large community of entrepreneurs as it is located at the heart of Melbourne’s vibrant business street.

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Our designers drew inspiration from the Victorian exterior design of the prestigious landmark building. As a result, Spaces T&G does not embrace the usual contemporary style of co-working spaces. The dominant materials are posh- stone, copper, wood and leather. These materials create a calm ambiance and look super classy too. You will helplessly fall in love with the brass decoration here. Indeed, brass is a warm, elegant accent that makes any space look luxurious effortlessly and adds a cosmopolitan edge.  The secret lies in the details – hemispherical suspension luminaire with a brass outer finish, gorgeous pendant lights suspended by gorgeous brass cords. Nothing too extravagant, we hope. While the muted colors of stone, wood and leather are pleasing to the eyes, we did not forget to inject some vivid colors to renew the space. You will find strokes of trendy lush green in decorative plants snugged at every corner or pops of burnt orange in comfortable Vitra armchairs. In addition, we add colorful paintings to dress the plain whitewashed and ashy wall. However, these colorful pops do not downplay the powerful effect of the overall cool, dark palette. On the other hand, all of them exist together harmoniously. The reception area is strategically located at the heart of Spaces T&G, enabling the staff to provide support to the visitors promptly. The atrium void at the heart of Spaces T&G captures natural light from the roof. As a result, the business café corner nearby is lit and cozy throughout the day. This is perfect spot for you to grab your daily coffee fix and small snack bites, or have a quick meet-up with your business partner.

  • Client

    IWG

  • Area:

    3560 sqm

  • Location:

    South Lobby, Level 2, 161 Collins Street, Melbourne, Australia

  • Furniture:

    Listone Giordano, Vitra, Viccarbe, Flos, Casalis

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