Australian Broadcasting Agency

  • Landscape Architecture
  • Interior Design
  • Sydney

The Australian Broadcasting Agency sought to provide an environment aligned to the changing media landscape and emerging digital demands.

This resulted in a strategic workplace which creates a foundation for the Australian Broadcasting Agency focus on providing high quality, distinctive content, on connecting communities and on delivering outstanding experiences for all Australians.

The Group
Client: Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Studios: Sydney, Australia
Key Facts:
  • 60,000 sqm

Metaphors for these objectives have been realised in the design of Australian Broadcasting Agency’s new home i.e. in the physical realm. The design language is founded in the familiarity and reliability that the network has instilled in our identity as an Australian. It is the comforting voice from the back-shed radio on weekend mornings while pottering about the garden.


To represent this in physical form, GroupGSA constructed a series of built open and closed shelters to house collaboration zones, focused areas and meeting spaces responding to the unique architecture of the Ultimo Centre.

We looked to modest but durable materials, progressive zoning, working and meeting typologies as well as an indoor environment supported by a wellness attentive design.

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Liam Higginbotham Principal

Liam is the Principal and leader of the national Interior Design team. He is a leader and a catalyst for innovation. He motivates and inspires project teams, drives strategic thinking, and influences design culture. Liam collaborates with diverse talent across the practice to bring the best design thinking and innovation to life through his role as a facilitator of knowledge and research.

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