If You Are Accepted, How May We Best Reach You?
Canberra, NSW - 235 sqm
The Australian Computer Society (ACS) is an association for information and communications technology professionals with 40,000+ members Australia-wide. Recently, Evoke was engaged to fit out their members and events hub in the ACT, which included back of house staff facilities. The fitout successfully combined functionality, aesthetics, and technology, creating a modern and professional space for ACS members.
The ACS design brief incorporated several key features, including an open and flexible function area that could be easily adapted for different working styles and transformed into a conference and workshop space. A breakout area with coffee facilities was included for networking and informal meetings, while staff work areas provided a productive workspace for ACS employees.
Meeting rooms and a podcast room offered private and soundproof spaces for meetings and audio recordings. The overall design aimed for a sleek and contemporary look, drawing inspiration from major cities like Melbourne and Sydney, with a combination of bold black features, timber elements, and neutral greys to create a modern and professional aesthetic.
This project represented innovation through its flexible design and adaptable spaces, allowing members to easily customise the environment to their working styles and needs. The integration of cutting-edge technology, specifically for presentations during conferences, showcased a forward-thinking approach to leveraging advancements in the field. The sleek and contemporary aesthetic, inspired by major city locations, demonstrated a creative and innovative approach to design, incorporating bold features with natural elements.
Overall, this fitout design successfully combined functionality, aesthetics, and technology to create a space that met the evolving needs of ACS, while maintaining a modern and professional atmosphere.Back