- Ho Chi Minh
The DNA of Design
Our collective strength ensures performance-focused outcomes that allow the full potential of organisations to be unleashed. Through close collaboration with each client, we curate commercial and work places that foster positive and inclusive cultures, enhance operational efficiencies and reinforce market differentiation.
The DNA of Design
The idea of being ‘connected’ drove the design.
ABC sought to provide an environment aligned to the changing media landscape and emerging digital demands.
Few things shape the future, like the freedom of collective imagination.
Adaptable environments boost productivity.
A series of wellness strategies as part of the mission to achieve a WELL ‘Ready’ culture.
Art creates connection. We gave it an opportunity to shine by creating spaces which engage and provide visual stimulation.
A lively office and chambers space for the Mid Coast Council in Taree.
An important connector between the Gosford CBD and the Brisbane Waters waterfront.
An A-grade commercial building with over 10,000sqm of floor space and basement parking.
As an established energy provider, Ausgrid sought to create a workplace environment that would be a benchmark for future ways of working.
Peter is a Director of GroupGSA and responsible for overseeing the management, design direction and delivery of GSA’s Global Interiors business.
Lisa-Maree is Director of Architecture & Urban Design globally at GroupGSA. She leads engagement of teams and clients through design collaboration and strategic direction
Sonja is Principal of Interiors in GroupGSA Melbourne Studio. Her 20 years of experience has focussed on Interior Design, Concept Design, Project Coordination, Project Initiation and Focus Group facilitation
Alister is a Principal with over 14 years of experience in Architecture & Urban Design, both in Australia and the UK.
Pablo is an experienced Principal and Senior Interior Designer. His breadth of experience extends from workplace design and education working with major design firms in Australia.
We acknowledge First Nations peoples and their continuing connection to land, waters and culture, because we strongly believe in reconciliation and collaborative engagement for a better future. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging, whose knowledge, traditions and stories guide custodianship on what will always be their ancestral lands.Enter Site