Aug 29 2019

Newcastle Designspace Delivers Immersive, Real-life Office Inspiration

OfficePace has opened the doors of its Newcastle Designspace: an inspiring environment for design, fitout and construction professionals and businesses to interact with forward-thinking office furniture.

Modelled on our highly successful Waterloo Designspace, clients in (and around) New South Wales’s Hunter Region now have an office environment to ‘try on’ as their own – working alongside our team to create modern, agile workplaces.

The facility is the first of its kind in the Hunter region and will support OfficePace’s local collaborations, like the fitout currently underway for the Greater Building Society headquarters in Hamilton.

OfficePace Director, Joel Kennard said that by collaborating again with the talented team at Inscape Projects Group, the new design centre showcases OfficePace’s own locally-made furniture range in real situations and features a range of collaborative, breakout, meeting and quiet zones.

“The dynamic showroom features our latest office furniture products plus exclusive designs from Italy and Germany.  And like all our locations, it embodies OfficePace’s needs-driven approach,” Joel said.

Office design is starting to catch up with the needs of business, with the flexibility to accommodate different tasks, needs and work styles. As a third-generation family business, OfficePace has been driving a research-backed approach for a long time to enhance productivity, performance and morale.

Manufacturing in our facilities in Lisarow, NSW, we have the flexibility to customise designs quickly and cost-effectively – and this showroom is an ideal base for clients to explore exactly what works for them.

Don’t miss the opportunity to see and experience the conveniently located Newcastle Designspace for yourself. Book a team tour and see the potential for your own projects and workplaces.

Request your team tour: hello@officepace.com.au or phone 1300 542 542

22 Wickham Street, Wickham, NSW (directly across from the Newcastle Interchange).