Warren and Mahoney’s new Melbourne workplace at 380 Collins Street is a marriage between who they are at their core with the place they work.
Warren and Mahoney, a New Zealand-founded architectural firm, has been operating in Australia for over a decade. The firm’s new studio is its second home in the city. The new studio is located in the heart of Melbourne’s central business district. It is a state-of-the-art facility that will allow Warren and Mahoney to continue to deliver world-class design solutions to its clients.
Recognising their New Zealand roots, Warren and Mahoney proudly honor the significant influence of Māori culture and hold deep respect for the rich First Nations culture of Australia, which serves as a constant source of inspiration and influence in their remarkable work.
NOMI was excited to be included in their studio fitout, which weaves cultural narratives into their space. At its core, NOMI is a furniture brand that celebrates the intersection of artisanship and innovation. We create furniture that is designed to enhance the spaces where people live, work, and play.
Design lies at the core of Warren and Mahoney’s ethos. They understand that architecture goes beyond mere functionality and aesthetics; it has the power to inspire and connect people on a deeper level.
- High Gathering Table Square Base in Natural Oak finish
- Jasny Barstool in Natural Oak finish
Warren and Mahoney’s Melbourne studio transcend boundaries and bring people together. Through their thoughtful integration of culture, sustainability, and collaboration, they have created spaces that fosters a sense of belonging and identity.
Designer: Warren and Mahoney
Photographer: Shannon McGrath
Credits: Indesign 89