Arty office spaces in Brisbane await tenants

Arty office spaces in Brisbane await tenants
Arty office spaces in Brisbane await tenants

A three-level office building in Brisbane’s inner western suburb of Toowong is up for lease after being given a splash of artwork.

The 555 Coronation Drive office has been given a face lift, with artwork by an Australian artist splashed across the walls of each tenancy.

Four new fitouts are available for lease through Savills and CBRE, who have been jointly appointed on behalf of Centuria. 

Leasing agent Peter Dodd of Savills  said they are looking to provide tenants with a ready-to-go workplace.  

“The four tenancies would suit aspirational smaller business that don’t want to be confined by what a traditional office should look like,” Dodd said. 

Each tenancy features oversized artwork of the familiar famous faces of Audrey Hepburn, David Bowie, Muhammad Ali, and Prince.

Arty office spaces in Brisbane await tenants

Arty office spaces in Brisbane await tenants

Arty office spaces in Brisbane await tenants

The office spaces range from 145 sqm to 228 sqm, all including boardrooms, kitchen/breakout areas, and 12-17 work stations.

The four office spaces have been designed and furnished to reflect different themes: ‘detailed, fresh, enliven’, ‘enticing, uplifting, contemporary’, ‘welcoming, journey, textured’, and ‘quirky, daring, collaborative’. 

“The artwork was completed by Scott Marsh, and we were really excited when Centuria said they were commissioning him to do some art in each tenancy,” Dodd said. 

Marsh’s work is known for using a mixture of enamels, acrylics and aerosol, which explores the growing crossover between graffiti and high art, pop culture and the cult of the celebrity. 

Earlier this year, Forbes Online cited a research conducted by Exeter University’s School of Psychology that found artwork in the workspace can have a direct impact on employee productivity. 

“A painting can alter the mood of a meeting room or a piece of unusual artwork can provide a talking point in a bland corporate space,” Dodd said.

The office site has views of the Brisbane River.

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