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Browse our library of recent case studies and discover how we might be able to help with your next ceilings project.

Our ultimate goal in any project - helping to deliver great spaces for building occupants. 

Baby Bunting, Doncaster, VIC, Australia

Established in Melbourne as a family-owned business more than 40 years ago, Baby Bunting is Australia’s largest nursery retailer and one-stop-baby shop.

The opening of Baby Bunting Doncaster marks a new milestone for the retail giant, as it’s the first store within a Westfield Living Centre and also the launch of an exciting new brand re-fresh.

“Clarity Interiors worked together with both Armstrong and the Client to provide a solution that met the ventilation requirements of the Fire Engineering Report for this tenancy.

Obviously visual appearance is critical in any retail store and the white Open cell on Suprafine grid with black backdrop has a striking effect which has been well received by all.” 

Andrew Cain, Director, Clarity Interiors.

First Sentier Investors, Australia

In August 2019, Colonial First State Global Asset Management was sold and, overnight, became First Sentier Investors – an entirely new investment management entity and brand. First Sentier’s new owners had a bold vision for the organisation, reinforced by a strong set of core values: consistency, empathy and transparency.

With the help of award-winning, multi-disciplinary architectural studio, nettletontribe, the new organisation selected a headquarters across levels 5 and 6 of International Tower Three – a 6 Star Green Star development in Sydney’s dynamic Barangaroo precinct.

For Kirsten Prince, Associate Director at nettletontribe, a combination of the organisation’s core values and building requirements heavily influenced the project’s design drivers. “The client wanted to create an exemplary work environment”, explains Prince. “The new design had to meet a 6 Star Green Star rating and a Gold WELL rating, but we also wanted to acknowledge the new Japanese ownership. From these factors, we focused on nature, the use of light and an idea of layering and screening – a nod towards the Japanese influence”.

Brisbane International Airport
Northern Concourse Expansion

Designed to enhance passenger experience, the $120million Northern Concourse Expansion at Brisbane International Airport incorporates six new boarding zones, four new aerobridges and two new walkout gates.

Discover how our ceiling solutions help to support the unique needs of the terminal's different spaces.

Learn how our MetalWorks V-P500 Perforated Acoustic Baffles combat elevated noise levels caused by high volume, constant user traffic in the main concourse.

Commonwealth Bank Place

Commonwealth Bank Place reflects the latest in A-grade workspace design, providing offices that are sustainable, comfortable, and designed to maximise amenity and functionality. 

The unique design of Darling Square posed a number of challenges for the ceiling system, these being: the integration of both active and passive chilled beam systems, the impact of a facetted façade, and a requirement for ceiling alignment with the window mullions, core and atrium.

Discover howe we worked with LendLease to provide solutions that enhanced both ceiling design and thermal performance.

Deakin Downtown

Deakin Downtown, Deakin University’s new corporate headquarters, right in the heart of Melbourne’s developing Docklands district, serves as a flexible space for a multitude of functions, including meetings and conferences. As such, the building needed to provide a pragmatic ceiling solution that would complement its sophisticated appearance but also serve its acoustical needs and other functional requirements.

Learn how we worked with Hassell architets to provide a MetalWorks acoustical solution
- with a timber look!

Fonterra Building

While expansive architectural structures can be striking, ensuring they are fit for purpose requires customised solutions. Through collaboration and some out of the box thinking, Fonterra has become an award-winning new building in Auckland which provides its staff with productive work spaces, without compromising on design. One of the greatest challenges when designing open-plan commercial buildings of a large scale is ensuring the workplace ambience and performance are given equal weight in the design.

Learn how Architects Jasmax collaborated with Forman Building Systems to create a ceiling system which would ensure a productive working environment in keeping with the design aesthetic. 

Westmead Millenium Institute

The new Westmead Millennium Institute for Medical Research Building is a nine-story complex that brings together clinicians, scientists and postgraduate students, with the aim of accelerating research into Australia's major health problems and translating its outcomes into new diagnostics, preventions, therapies and cures.

To support such vital work, BVN Architects designed a productive, efficient and innovative workspace. The selection of the acoustic ceiling systems was integral to the design.

Our ceiling system was selected as it provided the best solution to design challenges such as:

  • Alignment with building façade
  • Required Acoustic Absorption rating of NRC 0.80
  • Contemporary, flush, monlithic visual with no exposed grid
  • Integration of Mechanical services including: Custom light fixtures and air registers

Monash University

In August 2019, Colonial First State Global Asset Management was sold and, overnight, became First Sentier Investors – an entirely new investment management entity and brand. First Sentier’s new owners had a bold vision for the organisation, reinforced by a strong set of core values: consistency, empathy and transparency.

With the help of award-winning, multi-disciplinary architectural studio, nettletontribe, the new organisation selected a headquarters across levels 5 and 6 of International Tower Three – a 6 Star Green Star development in Sydney’s dynamic Barangaroo precinct.

For Kirsten Prince, Associate Director at nettletontribe, a combination of the organisation’s core values and building requirements heavily influenced the project’s design drivers. “The client wanted to create an exemplary work environment”, explains Prince. “The new design had to meet a 6 Star Green Star rating and a Gold WELL rating, but we also wanted to acknowledge the new Japanese ownership. From these factors, we focused on nature, the use of light and an idea of layering and screening – a nod towards the Japanese influence”.