Bosch Australia’s headquarters and technical centre offers a combination of trade showroom, offices and meeting rooms. This Clayton location in Victoria boasts a 500 sqm area. This generous space accommodates BSH Bosch technical and sales associates and an enviable trade showroom, showcasing the finest BSH Bosch and Siemens products and services.
Building to BSH Bosch Design World Rollout Concept, the outcome is unique in scale as well as finishes. Clean and shadow lines, clever alignments, reflections, and space are thoughtfully presented. Two months of the six-month project build were spent in the ceiling area. An open grid layout meant piping, ducting as well as electrical works required a fully concealed installation before the rest of the project could start.
A Barrisol ceiling in the shared dining room area delivers architectural lighting effects and room aesthetics. Strong Bosch branding features throughout with colour carpets and a striking stretched fabric feature wall, and backlit LED lighting. One of our favourite features is the acoustic wall paneling found in the shared dining room. It transforms into a room feature boasting a jungle graphic print that splits across panels seamlessly aligning to produce an impressive talking point.
From the Project Team
When asked to reflect and comment on this immense project, Andrew Wickham, Project Manager quotes Leonardo Da Vinci “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication”. A stylish, modern, clean, and seemingly simplistic project where the devil really was in the detail.
Andrew comments “The team were extremely proud of the project outcome. It was a pleasure to witness the stakeholders so thrilled with the outcome”. Praising the Yarra Valley Commercial (YVC) team, Andrew concludes “Delivery of this large-scale project, was a testament to the expertise, wealth of knowledge as well as experience that YVC brings to the table every time.”
The talented YVC inhouse setout team delivered CAD programming of all joinery manufactured at their Croydon South, Melbourne based factory.