Frost’s environments team worked with interiors consultancy Davenport Campbell on the project, which involved creating wayfinding and graphics across seven floors.
The design sees the floor-plans broken up, with work areas referencing urban freeways and break-out spaces referencing nature.
Frost says signage is based on ‘iconic Melbourne architecture’ and uses street and area names from around the city.
New York-based illustrator James Gulliver Hancock created detailed graphics for the interiors.
Frost says, ‘Hidden pockets of quirky detail were incorporated at a micro-scale, as a cheeky nod to the city’s laneways, where there is always something new to discover.’