Goods Shed North Office by BVN Architecture

Goods Shed North Office by BVN Architecture
Dec 15, 2011 Creatively adapting and preserving an historic Melbourne train shed 
into contemporary open offices required BVN Architecture to rethink 
the entire structure
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Goods Shed North Office by BVN Architecture_01 11.2011GoodsShed9 Messmate tower structures afford visual warmth as well as acoustical and visual privacy that might be otherwise lacking in this vast, open building.
Goods Shed North Office by BVN Architecture_02 11.2011GoodsShed8 The messmate tower structure affords visual warmth as well as acoustical and visual privacy that might be otherwise lacking in this vast, open building.
Goods Shed North Office by BVN Architecture_03 11.2011GoodsShed7 A broad reception desk welcomes guests.
Goods Shed North Office by BVN Architecture_04 11.2011GoodsShed6 A cafe area with a long communal table is under one tower.
Goods Shed North Office by BVN Architecture_05 11.2011GoodsShed5.jpg A black steel and glass tower surrounds a special meeting space in Building Commission/Plumbing Industry Commission.
Goods Shed North Office by BVN Architecture_06 11.2011GoodsShed4.jpg In the Building Commission/Plumbing Industry Commission section of the shed, mezzanines overlook the ground floor.
Goods Shed North Office by BVN Architecture_07 11.2011GoodsShed3.jpg A tower with messmate-slat cladding has meeting spaces on both its upper level and on the ground level.
Goods Shed North Office by BVN Architecture_08 11.2011GoodsShed2.jpg BVN designed wooden benches and tables, and the shed's original rolling doors are hung as sculptural elements.
Goods Shed North Office by BVN Architecture_09 11.2011GoodsShed1 The interior of the Urban Renewal Authority (URA) features a central timber staircase connecting the mezzanine with the display and collaboration space on the ground floor.

Photo by Peter Clarke