Enhance Through Design

There’s more to well-designed workplaces than, well, aesthetics.

Intelligent objects respond to the humans who use them, fusing form and function to amplify comfort, efficiency, concentration and workplace efficiency. The Office Space creates intuitive work environments which are enhanced by architectural design and art, bolstered by business support services, and activated through an engaging and informative program of events and activities.

We are more than just an office. We are place makers, motivated by elevating the experiences, professional development and image of all our residents. We achieve this through our investment in the style and culture within our spaces. These components are carefully curated to support and stimulate our residents and switch them on to creative and commercial insights, in turn revealing a world of new business opportunities.

Entering a refined and tranquil environment like this instantly switches the pause button on. I can lock out the distractions from my main office across the road as my mind re-calibrates and calmly opens to focused and solid ideas. It’s my sanctuary; my think tank retreat… The warmth of your experience—once cocooned amongst the curved wooden walls—removes any notion of an impersonal workplace. Working in the quiet calm at The Office Space is an investment in my health and fortune

Vince Frost, Director, Frost Collective

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Our founding creative office hosts over 100 residents and features four levels of inspired workplace design in open, private and mixed configurations.

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Paramount

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Look professional, stable and successful without compromising your flexibility via a business address, call answering and meeting services.

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Elevate your Experience.
Advance your Achievement.

The Space for inspiration and impetus.

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INSIGHT: Art and the Heart

There is an anonymous poster which claims “you can’t spell heart without art”. And another that states “what’s bad for your heart is good for your art”.  They deftly sum up the delicate and eternal interplay between the human heart…
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Featured Guests

Claire Ainsworth Herschell

Clare Ainsworth Herschell believes true philanthropy comes in a variety of currencies.  Her energy and enthusiasm for people, the environment, and the arts has seen her fulfil numerous rolls with NFPs including World Vision, Gondwanna Choirs, Voiceless and Uplifting Australia. She was the…
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Hamish Balnaves

Hamish Balnaves believes medicine, the arts and education are the three fundamental pillars for bettering society. As CEO of the Balnaves Foundation, he is continuing the work of his father, and founder Neil Balnaves AO, to create a better Australia…
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Jane Jose

Jane Jose believes every woman, man and child in our city should have the opportunity to thrive.  As the CEO for Sydney Community Foundation she inspires philanthropic donors to invest in grassroots work to create long term positive change in…
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Favourite Insights

Art and The Heart

We hope you enjoy this edition, a tribute to the Arts – which enable us to find ourselves and lose ourselves (Thomas Merton), and the artists – who make life more bearable (Kurt Vonnegut) and help us see ourselves in things that are not us (Chuck Klosterman).

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Why Art is good for our health

Art can help us with our most intimate and ordinary dilemmas. As the population attempts to rebuild and restore, it seems certain we would all benefit from a little more art as therapy.

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The International Art Market

Covid-19 has hit Australia’s culture and creative industries hard – only 47% of arts and recreation services remain trading. A new, digital, creative shift in how we access, exhibit and sell artwork is required to maintain the contribution the arts makes to the Australian economy.

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