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Watch our Working from Home video series, part 4

Watch our Working from Home video series, part 4


Part four of our Working from Home video series sees a colourful, art-filled office/ indoor swimming pool, a camera confident pre-teen and more great tips on maintaining health and wellness from all over the country.

Last week we took a peek into the home offices of Gray Puksand Victorian partner Mark Freeman, Krost A&D manager Carly Krost, Gray Puksand Brisbane design director Maria Correia, Halliday + Baillie CEO Tanya Rive and Woods Bagot partner Hazel Porter.

This week we hear from SJB interior design director and IDEA 2020 super judge Andrew Parr, Hames Sharley principal of people and culture Michael Wright, Gray Puksand NSW partner Scott Moylan and Victorian partner Heidi Smith, Rothelowman’s Sydney project design leader Conrad Lowry and Haymes.

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SJB interior design director Andrew Parr shares his challenges along with a very enviable view of his beautifully restored Victorian home.

Hames Sharley principal of people and culture Michael Wright is our first Adelaide WFH video and talks about caring for the health and wellness of more than 100 staff members.

NSW partner Scott Moylan joins our collection of Gray Puksand videos as we get an insight into how the practice is dealing across all its national studios. Moylan guides us through the occupational health and safety considerations all leaders should adopt.

His video is complemented by fellow partner Heidi Smith, who chimes in from Melbourne in her living room/gym/dining room/office.

Rothelowman’s Sydney project design leader Conrad Lowry talks about working with 160 independent studios and the surprises of transitioning to WFH collaboratively.

And finally, we have a very special video from Haymes with an incredibly cute DIY project from Craig Salen and his anything-but-camera-shy daughter, followed by Haymes colour concepts manager Wendy Rennie’s tips on transforming your kitchen table into a comfortable desk.

Watch all our WFH videos now >

Stayed tuned for more videos next Friday!

If you’d like to be part of the Working from Home series (we’d love to have you), drop our editor Elisa Scarton a line at elisa.scarton@niche.com.au

We’re doing our small bit to help the A&D community during this time, to promote your projects and products, and provide accurate developments as they arrive. Keep up-to-date with our coverage on the ADR coronavirus resources page.


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