MKDC were engaged to design Dorado Property’s new office fitout for their relocation to the iconic Church House building in the Treasury and Cathedral precinct in Perth.
Staying true to the building’s architecture, the interior was designed to highlight the curved exterior and maximize space in a fairly small footprint. A feature ceiling in the entrance lobby makes a bold statement and immediate impact on visitors, which is then balanced by a warm and inviting neutral base palette.
Live plants and a rotating gallery of artwork bring life to the work and meeting spaces, while full height glass partitions preserve the uninterrupted view of the cityscape and Swan River.
Activity-based working was a central focus in the space plan and a wide variety of working spaces were incorporated to accommodate a variety of working styles.
Traditional workstations sit amongst sit-to-stand desks and quiet pods; a phone booth is tucked away for privacy while a large touchdown bench encourages open collaboration and innovation. The staff hub and meeting rooms are designed to serve a range of purposes as private spaces, collaborative spaces, and social spaces.