Amicus Interiors delivered a new 1000sqm collaborative workspace in
Melbourne for Mesoblast, a leading stem cell technology company.
Partnering with Carr design and Aston Consulting on the interior design project
at Level 38, 55 Collins Street, Melbourne, Amicus Interiors worked on the
client’s brief to create an open and collaborative space that would be both
modern and functional. A soft palette was chosen to minimise a clinical
appearance and maintain the design standards of their New York office.
The new workspace was constructed over a seven-week period following a design
period of three months.
According to Amicus Interiors CEO Andrew Holder, Mesoblast needed a
space that would grow with them, while also identifying with their New York
standards. Delivering the Mesoblast fitout, Amicus was able to infuse
originality in the minimalistic layout, while adapting key features of the
client company’s corporate identity into the design.
Amicus Interiors created a flexible and consistent workspace to include
two separate tenancies with the second space to be sublet until Mesoblast
expanded its team.
The open plan layout includes a collaborative space with focus rooms, a
light breakout room and kitchen.