Rork Projects was engaged by the Department of Education in Queensland to undertake the transformative refresh of the Level 12 Conference Floor at 30 Mary St, Brisbane. The project, which aimed to revitalize the space according to the design envisioned by IA Design, encompassed a comprehensive range of renovations and enhancements.
The scope of the project involved the removal of existing furniture, followed by the installation of new lighting and audio-visual equipment to create a cutting-edge conference environment. To breathe new life into the space, the walls were repainted, complemented by the installation of captivating wallpaper on the lift core walls. The project also included the addition of signage and graphics on doors and glazing, ensuring an immersive and visually striking experience for visitors.
One of the most significant aspects of the project was the emphasis placed on Indigenous engagement. The Department of Education, recognizing the importance of fostering a strong connection with Indigenous culture and heritage, introduced a new Indigenous corporate branding, which was seamlessly incorporated into the design. The refreshed conference floor now proudly showcases the rich tapestry of Indigenous artistry and storytelling, providing a welcoming and inclusive space for all.
Through the combined efforts of Rork Projects, IA Design, and the Department of Education, the L12 Conference Floor at 30 Mary St, Brisbane has been transformed into a space that embodies the spirit of Indigenous engagement and inclusivity. This project serves as an example of the power of collaboration, design excellence, and a genuine commitment to honouring and celebrating Indigenous culture.
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.