The new design studio in the heart of Sydney’s CBD is building a world-class facility to help companies understand how to best build products, rather than just to market them.
Photo: Sarah Reed The concept for the studio was inspired by the work of design studio Algeo.
The company’s new design work space, called Graphisme, will help companies design products with the same sense of urgency, ambition and ambition as the products they are making.
This will be a space for designers to work collaboratively and collaborate in a collaborative way.
“The Graphismes work space is an extension of what we do at Algeos and in a way we feel it is our responsibility to bring design to the world,” CEO and co-founder Alex Lutjens said.
“We hope GraphismE will allow us to give designers the tools to create products that feel as important as they look.”
Graphism e will feature an onsite design studio, including a fully interactive exhibition space, with an open-plan design studio where designers can create and create with the tools of digital and physical design.
The space is currently under construction, with the first phase expected to be completed by the end of 2020.
Algeolie is the brainchild of Lutjan Schindler, who has worked as an independent design consultant in the technology sector for 20 years.
Mr Schindlers team has built several successful brands and established a strong reputation for delivering innovative solutions.
Algerie is a collaboration with leading French design agency, Jule, and a part of Algeomagazine, a platform that provides independent design advice to clients.
“Graphisme is a truly unique space that we are really excited about bringing to the Australian design community,” Mr Schinder said.
Algory has a focus on visual design and a large design staff, with staff ranging from designers to accountants.
It is aiming to hire up to 50 designers in its first year.
“There are some great ideas being developed here, but we want to create a space that will empower designers to really create, and create a place that will be an inspiration to the rest of the industry,” Mr LutJens said