Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Macquarie University

Australian Institute of Health Innovation Fitout, Macquarie University

Delivered within a three month time frame from brief to handover, dwp|suters has designed a 1,500 sqm open plan work area with incorporated offices, meeting rooms, breakout and group training spaces.  The University describes the new workplace as ‘best fitout on campus’.

At dwp|suters we are in the business of shaping futures for innovative and sustainable communities and cities.
Leone Lorrimer
CEO dwp|suters
Surf Coast Secondary College

The school is designed to celebrate eco friendly materials and energy efficient design techniques with a key focus on the communication of environmental responsibility and ‘green values’ to the student population.

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Taking Shape

We are about pioneering new ways of doing for the benefit of current and future communities.

Four Portfolios of Expertise

Our expert teams are structured into four portfolios: Lifestyle, Community, Work and Infrastructure. We deliver projects via teams of highly focused specialists, offering diversity, flexibility and creativity.

How We Work

We question conventions and norms, engaging in thorough research and enquiry throughout the design process to generate unique ideas developed from first principles.

Design Leaders
We are as passionate about delivery innovative, visionary design solutions as we are about working in close collaboration with our clients.
.@dwpsuters Senior Interior Designer Bradley Schott discusses health informatics & our most recent workplace project
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