Melbourne

Our Melbourne studio is located on Wurundjeri Country. We acknowledge and respect the Wurundjeri people as the original custodians of the land upon which we work.

Set in a converted 1880s warehouse in Melbourne’s Little Collins Street – a pocket of the city known for its restaurants, bars and cafes – the design of the studio is a solid example of making the most out of disused spaces in our cities. It’s a bright, open space that embodies the concept of one studio – many projects’ and inspires design journeys to unexpected outcomes.

A rooftop deck is where we head for parties, lunch breaks, Friday night drinks and to host groups of emerging designers. We gather around the large communal dining table in the hub’ for a weekly morning tea, where we also jostle for the coffee machine and hold informal meetings.

Architect directors VIC:
Mark Loughnan 15032
Brenden Kelly 20550

Phone

+61 3 8102 3000

E-Mail

melbourne@​hassellstudio.​com

Location

61 Little Collins Street
Melbourne
Victoria
3000
Australia

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Elisapeta Heta, Māori Design Leader from New Zealand’s @Jasmax, led a panel in our Melbourne studio exploring how relationships with Indigenous partners can enrich design and what the New Zealand experience can teach us about the value of partnerships with First Peoples. https://t.co/BrVooJC33X
Elisapeta Heta, Māori Design Leader from New Zealand’s @Jasmax, led a panel in our Melbourne studio exploring how relationships with Indigenous partners can enrich design and what the New Zealand experience can teach us about the value of partnerships with First Peoples. https://t.co/BrVooJC33X

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It was great to be part of Committee for Melbourne #creative industries event with @MartinFoleyMP at @HASSELL_Studio. Arup’s @breetrevena spoke on aligning culture, #planning and economic development to position artists as drivers of positive #urban growth. https://t.co/4EJQwxtYwP
It was great to be part of Committee for Melbourne #creative industries event with @MartinFoleyMP at @HASSELL_Studio. Arup’s @breetrevena spoke on aligning culture, #planning and economic development to position artists as drivers of positive #urban growth. https://t.co/4EJQwxtYwP

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