Gravity, a luxury members only coworking environment, launched in Sydney early last year. Located in the much sought-after CBD building 50 Carrington, the space was designed by interior designer Jacqui Esdaile of Valmont.
Here, home-style furniture in rich tones and textures contrasts against a minimalist interior with polished concrete ﬂoors and minted grey walls. Floor to ceiling glass panels conceal private meeting rooms, while a central break-out area homes a high-end mess hall/brassiere.
And now Gravity has opened its second office in the heart of Brisbane’s CBD at 140 Creek Street. Recognising the need for a local narrative for Gravity’s second space, Jacqui has echoed the design cues from the Sydney predecessor, whilst subtlety referencing the Queensland culture — that being inherently bright, bold and welcoming.
The aspirational work environment, which features a bright open plan formal reception area, dedicated team meeting rooms and a central break-out kitchen and dining room — all ﬁnished with high-speciﬁcation materials, drop pendant lighting and local Queensland plant foliage — is the ﬁrst of its kind for the Brisbane market.
Next, Jacqui will be applying the finishing touches to renderings for a Melbourne site, aiming to have each address have its own identity, the way each of our states have.