The original brief comprised of a new facility made up of three parts, the creation of a new reception zone to showcase everything Rocket Lab is about, from high end design to creating a bespoke product to deliver the specific requirements for each small satellite launch clients.
Mission Control would be the nerve centre of the operation for Rocket Lab’s launch sites around the world. Mission Control and its surroundings called for a dynamic space for staff and visitors to be transported into the exciting future of space exploration, opportunity and discovery.
This stunning work space transformation is now home to an internationally renowned corporate. The design draws reference to the natural form and beauty of Aotearoa. Each element has been carefully sculptured to create and enriched and contemporary office interior.
Designgroup Stapleton Elliott were commissioned to provide Victoria University of Wellington with an interior fitout for their new Computational Media Innovation Centre (CMIC) in late 2018.
Our Wellington design studio creates a central working space with support spaces radiating around it, all connected to shared breakout and collaboration spaces. View shafts from front to back remain unimpeded to retain visual connection to the harbour from all parts of the office.
Our client proposed an extensive brief to accommodate the various needs of a multi-discipline engineering and consultancy company. Our response was to create a modern open plan office for 35 staff within an unoccupied loft space of a historic building on Lambton Quay. Exposed brick walls, steel structure and shot blasted concrete appropriately echo the client's line of business to create an exciting working space enhanced with sunlight and character.