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Farage Headquarters by Greg Natale in collaboration with Woods Bagot makes the shortlist for the INDE Awards category The Retail Space. Split between two levels of retail and one main office, the headquarters for the luxury fashion label Farage is located in the heart of Darlinghurst, in a heritage building that was once the home to Watters Gallery for over 60 years. Inspired by the rich history of the building, this new interior reflects a hard-edge approach to modern design, with minimalist white walls and concrete joinery that afford a gallery-like display of the Farage collections, interspersed with sculptures and paintings by leading artists. The brutalist concrete staircase has been retained as the sculptural centrepiece at the concept store’s entrance, connecting retail zones on the ground and first floors, and each lofty level provides a spacious, well-lit environment for shoppers.

The next level up includes offices, meeting areas and a convivial rooftop terrace where a leafy planting scheme by Studio Botanica frames the inner-city outlook. Here, modernity continues, providing a clean and inspirational environment for the Farage team. The design cleverly balances the need for open, collaborative spaces with private areas, emphasising functionality and comfort. Throughout the building, concrete’s raw, utilitarian quality is complemented by crisp white walls, black-patinaed metal, smoky grey marble and gallery-style track lights. The final design is finished with an eclectic selection of modern pieces, styled Sydney based stylist Maria Papantoniou. We invite you to shop a Farage-inspired edit here.

The INDE Awards announced their shortlist last week, and we are honoured to have such fine work included amongst some incredible projects. For more information on the INDE Awards, head to their website.