It’s pretty safe to say that the workplace environment you’re in can make a big difference in the work you produce. The New York Times has opened a bureau in Australia, to roll out expanded coverage across Australia and The Stylesmiths were enlisted to create a tranquil office setting with a “start up” edge.
Located within in an unassuming 1940’s apartment, at the core of the office design is the studio’s monochromatic pallet which is almost purist in its approach, creating a place where journalists can focus and stimulate creativity.
Throughout the creative space the walls are adorned with photographs that evoke emotion, taken from The New York Times Pulitzer prize winning series in 2016 on the refugee crisis with randomly selected of portraits from subjects around the world.
The timber floors have been whitewashed creating another layer of calm whist the design of the kitchen interior allows for kitchen to be heart of the office. Custom cabinetry thought allows for keepsakes to be tucked away on display.


kitchen office space with table and bookshelf

open office space with white desks and chairs

small white office space with desks and chairs

wooden table with three paintings on the wall

white hallway with a plant in the corner

white bookshelf with books and plants hanging

blue couch with coffee table and world clocks on the wall

black staircase with framed pictures on the wall

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staircase with a woman painted on the wall and a chandelier hanging from the ceiling
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