Australian architecture and design firm, ThomsonAdsett has launched a refreshed brand and says it reflect its ability to adjust to a rapidly-changing future.

Managing Director Chris Straw says the firm’s refreshed look, including a new website follows 40 years of continuous learning and development as an architectural practice. Observing that their approach to architecture is constantly evolving, Straw explains that they have sought to reflect this evolution in the refreshed brand.

ThomsonAdsett is the world’s second largest firm in seniors living design, and they aim to leverage off this status in their growing sectors such as education, health, commercial and leisure & resorts. Noting that a lot of important work happened before and after the construction phase, Straw says their goal is to continue designing not only architecture, but business strategies that benefitted their clients’ projects now and into the future.

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