Australian practice, H2o Architects has designed a new office building for a legal society in Victoria, Australia.
The six-storey long narrow building will be the office quarters for the of Law Institute of Victoria, a legal society for solicitors in Australia.
The $10m new development was commissioned following several feasibility studies.
The building will have a shiny and folded façade, inspired by the Japanese art of origami, for visual appeal and to capture and reflect light as it falls on the building at various angles.
The new structure’s design will involve the addition of more accommodation and a new back entrance on Bourke Street.