Tourism Australia Offices – Shanghai

Firm
  • Client Tourism Australia,
  • size 8,847 sqft
  • Year 2018
  • Location Shanghai, China,
  • Industry Non-Profit/Government, Travel,
  • HQGK Design has designed the offices for the Australian Federal Government’s Tourism Australia located in Shanghai, China.

    The front area is decorated with warm lighting, white artificial stone countertops and plants to create a warm Australian atmosphere. The concrete grain pvc on the corridor floor is more representative of the original natural features of Australia.

    The exterior wall of the large conference room is displayed in the form of a glass light box. The logo of the Tourism Australia is formed by multiple reflections of glass and gray mirrors. The interior of the conference room is made of Milliken carpet tiles combined as a mosaic so that the color combination act as an embellishment. In the conference room it has been used a moveable partition. According to actual needs, the large conference room can be divided into two separate conference spaces. In the corner of the aisle, the space is used to add a leisure area. The combination of wood grain and fabric shows the temperature of the design. Custom designed frosted sticker are used on the glass partition on the left side of the aisle. It also reflects the unique charm of the Australian Ocean under the protection of privacy.

    In the tea room, the space is divided by the shape of the tiles. The wall of the pantry table uses a gradual mosaic and the material of the ground echoes the coarse ore belonging to the Ayers Rock.

    Designer: HQGK Design
    Design Team: Kevin Lin, Julian Zhu
    Photography: Sam Wang