Stockland launches into the commercial office sector to help create sustainable communities and transform Macquarie Park sites into a new workplace destination designed around businesses and their people.
Hornsby’s urbanisation exposed a greater need for public spaces to reunite the community. Recognising Westfield’s potential to fulfil this need, Hornsby Council invited Scentre Group to help reshape the conversation around the town centre’s revitalisation.
The Greens presents an unprecedented opportunity to develop a DA-approved greenfield site differently and create a destination that cares equally for its 2,000 future residents and the earth.
As part of a prospective tenant pitch, Dexus was required to provide ideas on how one of its commercial buildings could respond to ING’s need for a ground-floor customer interaction centre.
The upcoming city at Badgery’s Creek was in the early stages of transformation and needed a new vision to show the future possibilities and most desirable opportunities.
Monogram demonstrated a holistic way to create a unified, differentiated brand experience and capitalise on dormant value.
Monogram were initially engaged to reposition and market 60 Union Street as the only choice for progressive companies with a younger, forward-thinking workforce.