Schamburg & Alvisse
EDO, Australian designed by Schamburg + Alvisse, takes its cues from the Japanese mega city, humanized by intimate tea houses, intriguing lane ways and bustling courtyards
Schamburg + Alvisse
Pioneers of sustainable furniture design and manufacture, Schamburg + Alvisse have designed to an ethos of sustainability throughout their practice career. The success of their upcycling post‐consumer waste plastics into high value products remains a milestone for the duo. As was becoming Australia's first furniture manufacturer to satisfy the rigorous green timber standards of the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) and Greenpeace.
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The CBH Group is Australia’s largest co-operative and a leader in the Australian grain industry. Their new HQ in Perth is the perfect blend of CBD office with homegrown Aussie farming having used a colour palette that reflects the company’s core business.
Zenith Interiors were engaged to supply a variety of Australian made collaborative furniture with a high focus on environmental sustainability.
A form has been crafted for function in this workplace and the human dimension is paramount in the design. There is a generosity of space, however, this is presented on a more intimate scale that helps to foster relationships with clients. The spatial plan has been designed more as a residence and various rooms of a house and, through the layering textiles, there is a warmth within the interior. The finishes and form of the Zenith products were inspired by the spectacular views of the city below as well as the surrounding landscape Swan River and Kings Park.