Bureau^Proberts

Level 14, 100 Creek Street, Brisbane, QLD
Fit Out
12 Weeks
Bureau^Proberts
Design & Construct
600m²

Rork Projects is proud to announce the successful completion of a full-floor fit-out for our valued client, Bureau^Proberts (B^P), in the heart of Brisbane City. This architectural masterpiece showcases high-end finishes and innovative design elements, setting a new standard for office spaces in the region.

The project focused on creating a modern and visually stunning workspace for B^P, incorporating floating pods made of structural steel and curved glass. These unique pods house two boardrooms and three meeting rooms, seamlessly blending into the overall design to create a floating aesthetic. The open space design includes a stylish kitchenette and lunch area, making the entire floor a showcase of B^P’s design capabilities.

The construction program faced a tight deadline due to the urgency of consolidating staff from two different leases into the newly designed space. Despite the challenges, Rork Projects successfully delivered the project on time, meeting the pre-determined contract date. This achievement was instrumental in ensuring a smooth transition for the client and exceeding their expectations in terms of both quality and service.

A standout feature of the project was the meticulous attention to detail in the pod glassing. The curved glass elements required precision to achieve the architect’s vision of a floating appearance for the rooms. Rork Projects not only met but exceeded expectations in executing these intricate details, showcasing our commitment to excellence in every aspect of the project.

One of the highlights of our involvement was the collaboration with B^P in the design of the floating pods. The construction method and details implemented were not typical for an internal fit-out, emphasizing our adaptability and willingness to push the boundaries of conventional design to bring our client’s vision to life.

As an Indigenous business, we proudly acknowledge that this project was completed on the traditional lands of the Yuggera, Turrbal, Noonucal, Goenpul, and Yugembah Nations.