MODE Sydney Is On The Move

7 August 2017

MODE’s Sydney studio begins a new chapter this month with their move to Level 5, 111-117 Devonshire Street, Surry Hills.
The new office space allows MODE to sustain growth and provides room for more than 40 staff. The building has 6 levels overall and is in a hot spot for great restaurants, bars, cafes, gyms and parks.
The move comes after another solid year of growth for the studio with continuing success across a number of markets with major wins in education, commercial and aviation sectors.
Paul Oreshkin, MODE Director said, “We’ve been looking at this move for some time now. We wanted the additional space of a larger building to further expand our local resources to meet growing current and future workloads. The new building gives us some great collaborative spaces that have already had a significant impact on our projects”.
The new studio was designed by the MODE interior designers to represent MODE and its philosophy to focus on collaboration and future joint ventures as they align themselves with many of their colleagues and clients in the central design hub of Sydney.
The ongoing presence in Surry Hills will continue to provide support and a central location for the growing number of staff within the studio who now have a greater choice of transport options and several neighbouring retail hubs.
Included in this is the CBD and South East Light Rail new light rail network for Sydney, currently under construction. The 12km route will feature 19 stops, extending from Circular Quay along George Street to Central Station, through Surry Hills to Moore Park, then to Kensington and Kingsford via Anzac Parade and Randwick via Alison Road and High Street. Construction will be completed and services will start running in 2019. This new line will run right through Devonshire St and connect MODE directly with the CBD.
Harnessing the opportunity to further develop their presence within Sydney, MODE will continue to deliver international expertise with the support of MODE studios and alliances.
The move is an unquestionable progression to not only the Sydney studio but to all 10 MODE studios across Australia, New Zealand and Vietnam who offer a range of specialist design solutions.