An existing warehouse and showroom provided an opportunity in which The Salvation Army could centralise many of their social and administrative operations under one roof. Jaws Architects were able to help the client determine if the building was suitable for conversion.
Through a rigorous consultative process JAWS has successfully designed a cohesive open planned office environment that creates places for collaboration and nooks for quiet work.
Warm tones and a simple pallet of materials create a calming and quiet environment that is a joy to work in. Local timbers have been used in key gathering spaces to create texture and warmth.
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Status: Completed 2016
Photography: Peter Mathew
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