One20 is a multi-disciplinary practice encompassing architecture, interior design, development, and pre-purchase home inspections. The head office is located in London, with an Australian office in Melbourne. One20 has additional partners in Spain and Italy. The company has three business streams; Consulting, Development and Property. We have award winning experience in healthcare, residential, retail and interior design. Environmental sustainability is an important driver of our designs. We are a client-centred practice,. We work collaboratively and believe that a successful design process is one in which the client is intimately involved.
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PO. BOX – Casual Guy Menswear
Australia wide rollout, 2009
This menswear retailer was in need of complete rebranding. A new colour scheme allowed this well known retailer to recreate itself in a more modern urban inspired image. The company has 40 stores nationwide which were rolled out progressively over a period of 2 years. The dark grey was used as a neutral background to several surfaces including the unusually high ceiling. The sharpness of the tonal contrast and the bright yellow highlights allow for the light fixtures and more importantly, the clothing lines, to stand out. All stores came in on time and budget. The lighter grey shade was used to compliment the use of industrial concrete coloured floor tiles. The specially modified yellow was used sparingly to highlight edges of stock areas and to compliment the use of the molded tiles and store mannequins which were powder-coated to create a luxurious and masculine metallic appearance.
ONE20 has completed a number of new homes and renovations throughout Melbourne. Environmental sustainability is an import consideration for all our domestic projects. Some recent projects include; Bonanza Rd Beaumaris, Holyrood St Hampton, Gilarth St Highett, Union St Prahran, Brynor Cres Glen Waverly, Albert Rd South Melbourne.
QMC Day Treatment Centre
This project involved the design of a new NHS treatment centre on existing hospital site. The hospital included a day treatment surgery, 6 operating theatres, dermatology, cardio, respiratory, rheumatology, diabetes, endocrinology, vascular, physiotherapy, orthotics, gynaecology, endoscopy, diagnostic imaging departments. The area of the building is 12,000 sq. m with a budget of $100 million. The key principles of the design included rationilising healthcare, bringing natural light to patients and staff, intergrating the landscape, flexibility of service, incorporating the latest medical technology.