Davidov Architects Studio

  • Davidov Architects Studio
  • Projects - February 2019
  • ARCHITECT Davidov Architects Studio
  • PHOTOGRAPHY Jack Lovel

Melbourne-based Davidov Architects’ new studio fit-out is the first purpose-designed space for the young practice featuring our Limited Edition Gold Ora Desk Lamp.

The team wanted to design a series of spaces that convey the architectural devices and general approach to space that is evolving in its built work. The interior is divided into two core spaces: a meeting room and a workroom, with a third minor space for services and back of house. “As we are a young firm in a slow growth mode it was important to create an environment that allowed for growth whilst maintaining a close-knit studio environment,” explains founder Robert Davidov.

“As such, the common table model was adopted which allows for natural growth along the spine. The length of the table is also divided into two zones, work and talk, allowing for other areas to have informal or in-house conversations”.

The studio has a residential approach in its design, complemented by the use of natural stone, hardwood and indoor plants. Familiar contemporary furniture, art and sculpture have also been brought into the studio to reinforce this setting.

See the original article on Australian Design Review website. Original words by Natalie Mortimer.

 

Davidov Partners Architects
davidov.com.au

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