PERSPEX<sup>®</sup> Frost meets the brief

PERSPEX® Frost meets the brief

Creative design creates the perfect environment in a barrister’s chambers

The Barrister Chambers interior design project at Santos Place, Brisbane, Australia, design brief required a sense of privacy within the office whilst being able to leave the doors open when necessary - an interior design that would work for both staff and clients alike.

PERSPEX® Frost, with its subtle light translucency and matt surface texture, was the selected material for its ability to create a sense of light and to add vibrant colour to the design.

The designer, Deb Flanagan, chose Perspex® Frost colours Lime Zest, Chilli Red and Polar White in 3mm and 6mm thickness, to create a series of decorative and functional panels. These were set within smooth timber frames which make up the abstract design. The panels allow light to penetrate throughout the rooms, whilst providing areas which can remain private within the chambers.

The refit comprises of many imaginative design details including sliding bookshelf doors which can move to either conceal or reveal books and an upholstered artwork behind which a dartboard is stored.

Overall, the space is functional yet inviting and creates colour and interest within a highly professional environment.

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*Photographer: David Sandison