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For the 2nd year running, we’re thrilled to be finalists in Australia and NZ’s most prestigious colour awards

Handing over the keys to a happy client at the end of a successful workspace transformation is always a highlight at A1 Office.

But being recognised by leaders in our industry as producing outstanding work also makes us incredibly proud.

We’re pleased to announce that a recent A1 Office project has been named as a finalist in the 2019 Dulux Colour Awards – the pinnacle interior colour awards for architects and designers throughout Australia and New Zealand.

It’s the second year running that A1 Office has been shortlisted as a finalist in the category: Commercial Interior – Workplace and Retail.

Our ‘journey to workspace transformation’ project for a community residential developer is a leading example of innovation and creativity when it comes to how we use colour at A1 Office.

Inspired by a humble past, successful present and exciting future, employees and guests now step through an Art Deco-inspired arch and into the main workspace. There, they are transported from the black and white past and into the vibrant and modern present – design decisions all led by what the business stands for today.

A1 Office drew upon the client’s brand palette when introducing green among a classic colour palette, all used to signal a shift from the past to the future.

‘This workspace transformation is a leading example of the way we use colour to truly transform workspaces and set the right tone for a business to inspire employees, customers and potential clients,’ A1 Office CEO Jared Wade said.

‘I’m extremely proud of our team here at A1 Office for consistently producing award-standard work that our clients love.’

We’re now looking forward to the Awards at the NGV in early May.

Click here to see more about this workspace transformation: A Journey to workspace transformation 

Find out more: Dulux Colour Awards 2019






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