Law Institute of Victoria | Gray Puksand

  • Law Institute of Victoria | Gray Puksand
  • Projects - September 2019
  • ARCHITECT Gray Puksand
  • PHOTOGRAPHY Shannon McGrath

Bringing the legal community together across multiple levels, Gray Puksand has created a harmonious space full of Australian designed pieces, in celebration of the Institute’s role as an integral part of Victoria’s legal community.

The new Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) headquarters, is designed to facilitate knowledge sharing, education and assistance to all of its members. The building hosts a legal bookstore, members library, kitchen breakout space, meeting rooms and exclusive lounge as well as learning and training spaces, and concierge reception lobby.

Gray Puksand’s selection of furniture focused on Australian designed and manufactured product, with the Adapt Curve Lounge and Lounge by Ross Gardam featured in various open areas, alongside Adapt Occasional Tables and Noon Tables. Adapt was designed as a commercial lounge intertwined with residential qualities, creating flexible and useful sitting which can be altered and updated depending on the need of individual workspaces.

Furniture pieces for this project were supplied by our Australian and Singaporean distributor Stylecraft. For more information get in touch with our sales team sales@rossgardam.com.au.

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