Gallery: Historic Goods Shed Revamped into a Vibrant Warehouse Workplac...

It's no secret that cool, comfy workplaces make for more productive employees, so we're guessing the people who go to work everyday at this vibrant office in Melbourne, Australia must be incredibly fruitful. Originally built in 1889, the Goods Shed building stood derelict for over 30 years before it was transformed into the bright, spacious workspace you see above by BVN Architecture in 2009. In addition to being a shining example of renovation and adaptive reuse, featuring many of the building's original features like high ceilings, clerestory windows, exposed trusses, cast iron heritage columns and exposed brickwork, Goods Shed North is also Victoria’s most sustainable historic building - if you need proof, check out its 5 Star Green Star (Australian LEED Certification) rating.

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  1. karenart January 18, 2011 at 4:36 pm

    Nice office! I like the use of lots of plants and the wood. I am not a fan of the glass conference rooms I like some privacy and having walls that you can see through is distracting for the people inside. here are some more workplace business solutions have LEED certified furnishings.

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