With two empty residencies which required refurbishment, AMP engaged Amicus to design and construct a speculative fitout, trusting the long-term partnership.
The brief was to create captivating spaces to appeal to a wide range of prospective tenants. While also being able to adapt to a range of functional needs.
The spaces were designed and built to be versatile, to cater towards different tenant types and requirements. The Amicus design team incorporated modern concepts along with traditional workplace styles delivering unique, multi-use spaces within both spec suites. Moments from the Brisbane riverfront and encompassed in lush greenery, the interiors were designed with the environment in mind.
The concept was to bring the outside in, so each level is unique in tone to draw in an aspect of the surrounds and natural Australian tones into the occupancy. One space has olive green tones to reflect the foliage from the green hedging surrounding the premise and the other features a rich ochre to incorporate elements of the adjacent terracotta wall. The resulting feeling is that the outside is an extension of the inside – creating a pleasing and cohesive atmosphere.
The custom design was instrumental in creating a space which would be able to capture future occupants’ attention. AMP were able to successfully lease one of the suites to a tenant who has engaged Amicus to adapt the space for their needs.
Amicus were able to deliver the suites to the clients brief and satisfaction despite some covid related interruptions.
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