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PHOTO 5: The green tiles outside this Melbourne coffee shop contrast organically with the wood slats and add to the modern decor of the exterior space.

PHOTO 5: The green tiles outside this Melbourne coffee shop contrast organically with the wood slats and add to the modern decor of the exterior space.

PHOTO 8: The wood tiles placed vertically add depth and interest to the wall space at this Bailey Nelson store.

PHOTO 8: The wood tiles placed vertically add depth and interest to the wall space at this Bailey Nelson store.

PHOTO 4: Reclaimed wood used in commercial  settings, like this cafe, are quite trendy now and are a more environmentally sound choice for panels.

PHOTO 4: Reclaimed wood used in commercial settings, like this cafe, are quite trendy now and are a more environmentally sound choice for panels.

PHOTO 3: Interesting tile work, in a beautiful deep green color, contrasts beautifully with the simple red brick to create an interesting, eye catching feature wall outside this Armadale shop.

PHOTO 3: Interesting tile work, in a beautiful deep green color, contrasts beautifully with the simple red brick to create an interesting, eye catching feature wall outside this Armadale shop.

PHOTO 6: The use of various types and textures of stones (and other materials) used in this corridor outside the Chadstone mall lavatories creates a unique pattern and beautifully designed space in an what would normally be a neglected, understated area.

PHOTO 6: The use of various types and textures of stones (and other materials) used in this corridor outside the Chadstone mall lavatories creates a unique pattern and beautifully designed space in an what would normally be a neglected, understated area.

PHOTO 5: Crown Towers lobby The design scheme of the Atrium Bar, one of opulence, class and glamour, continues into the lobby room right outside of it. The use of glass on the walls, various yellow and golden tones and dark, contrasting floor blends seamlessly with the Atrium Bar's design.

PHOTO 5: Crown Towers lobby The design scheme of the Atrium Bar, one of opulence, class and glamour, continues into the lobby room right outside of it. The use of glass on the walls, various yellow and golden tones and dark, contrasting floor blends seamlessly with the Atrium Bar's design.

PHOTO 7: By adding concrete slabs in a unique, unexpected and artistic way to form the walls of this staircase in the heart of Melbourne we can see a perfect example of how urban spaces that we don't normally associate with creativity (such as a simple staircase!) can be transformed into something interesting and fun.

PHOTO 7: By adding concrete slabs in a unique, unexpected and artistic way to form the walls of this staircase in the heart of Melbourne we can see a perfect example of how urban spaces that we don't normally associate with creativity (such as a simple staircase!) can be transformed into something interesting and fun.

PHOTO 5: The mirror tiles used in this space bounce off the light and create a classy, sophisticated moody feel to the room.

PHOTO 5: The mirror tiles used in this space bounce off the light and create a classy, sophisticated moody feel to the room.

PHOTO 7: Crown Towers Lobby Immediately outside of the Atrium Bar, the magnificent staircase in the Crown Towers Lobby is really a show stopping design piece. Using various beautiful stones and metals, and adding thoughtfully places lighting throughout, a moody ambience is created.

PHOTO 7: Crown Towers Lobby Immediately outside of the Atrium Bar, the magnificent staircase in the Crown Towers Lobby is really a show stopping design piece. Using various beautiful stones and metals, and adding thoughtfully places lighting throughout, a moody ambience is created.

PHOTO 6: Crown towers lobby The focal point of this space is clearly the elaborate light fixture that take up the entire ceiling length of the lobby. The use of yellow and gold tones in the other structural components of the room contribute to magnifying the overall visual affect of the light feature.

PHOTO 6: Crown towers lobby The focal point of this space is clearly the elaborate light fixture that take up the entire ceiling length of the lobby. The use of yellow and gold tones in the other structural components of the room contribute to magnifying the overall visual affect of the light feature.

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