At the GPTW Awards night in August 2018, it was revealed that i2C placed 19th in the Best Places to Work in Australia Study 2018 (of firms less than 100 employees).
I was very fortunate to spend five days in Portland taking part in stimulating leadership and training programs, listening to inspirational speakers and meeting truly inspiring practitioners in the world of regenerative design.
i2C recently presented some great projects from around Australia as part of the submission process for the 2018 Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) Awards.
i2C Interiors Studio commissioned Beastman (Bradley Eastman) to design 3 murals for the Collingwood office. Vibrant artworks were created on the Cromwell Street entrance, the 2 storey wall inside the studio and on the back entrance from the car park. The Melbourne Team were impressed to see Beastman in action as he painted his geometric designs while they worked.
Beastman in action at the i2C Collingwood Studio. Video: Round 3
This year i2C demonstrates its commitment to Living Buildings and regenerative design with Sustainability Lead, Claire Bowles spending 5 days in Portland, Oregon with the best of the best at the Regenerative design and new sustainability thinking conference.
UK BIM Academy beat international competition to win this major project providing specialist facilities management (FM) technical expertise for Sydney Opera House.