When designing a new HQ for Melbourne-based creative agency Today Design, architects Ben Edwards and Nancy Beka of Studio Edwards set a challenge for themselves. They wanted to shape a conceptually innovative space that would elevate the office experience — while producing as little waste as possible. “Today Design were looking for a workplace that didn’t feel sterile,” says Beka. “Rather, one that fosters creativity, feels like a studio and holds sustainability as a core value.” Luckily, they were already in the right place. The setting, a 12-storey tower in the hip Collingwood neighbourhood, is home to a host of B-Corp businesses, meaning that the surrounding community already had an eye toward social impact.

Studio Edwards zero-waste workspace with couches

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