To house its growing team, Scott Carver decided to move into more spacious accommodation. The move was an opportunity to create an inviting studio space that welcomed collaboration between clients and designers and that supported the generation of innovation and inspiration.
Known originally as Qantas House, the building is an understated icon in the Sydney CBD. Designed by Felix Tavener of Rudder Littlemore and Rudder in 1957, it is the graceful, double-curved façade that addresses both Elizabeth and Hunter Streets that characterises the building and contributes to its urban setting. This footprint enabled our team to create an efficient, open plan space conducive to supporting collaborative thinking and learning.
One:One is fundamentally configured to support collaboration, innovative design thinking and delivery. Open and accessible, our workplace is defined by welcoming client lounges with views into the studio, decision-making spaces, stand-up tables for quick meetings and dedicated ‘war rooms’ housing major project teams.