Show Suite

L7 66 St Georges Tce

Explore our new city-based showcase suite, crafted to redefine workspace dynamics. It boasts a communal open kitchen, creative meeting rooms, and exceptional city views. Designed for boosting productivity, fostering creativity, and ensuring relaxation, this suite is perfect for potential tenants.

Innovative, Communal, Panoramic

Project Team:

Giorgia Niggemann

Project Location:

66 St Georges Terrace / Perth / WA

Project Scope:

Open plan work stations ,Waiting Area Kitchen, Breakout space , Meeting Rooms and offices ,Utilities area, Boardroom, Meeting Room Design and construct.  


Hub Interiors meticulously crafted each aspect of the show suite at 66 St Georges Terrace to align seamlessly with the client's brief, focusing on creating an environment that not only meets modern work needs but also exudes an inviting atmosphere.

By integrating open-plan workstations, a welcoming waiting area, a practical kitchen, versatile breakout spaces, meeting rooms, offices, a utilities area, and an executive boardroom, all finished in light and muted tones, the project stands out as a prime example of how workspace design can significantly contribute to attracting prospective tenants.

The thoughtful use of space and colour enhances the overall aesthetic and functional appeal of the building, making it more attractive to businesses seeking a contemporary and efficient workspace.


Hub achieved excellence in this project through meticulous attention to detail, a deep understanding of the brief, and a commitment to creating versatile and attractive workspaces.

 By choosing light and muted tones, they created a sense of openness and tranquility, making the spaces more inviting. The careful planning and execution of each area—from the open-plan workstations to the boardroom—demonstrate Hub's ability to blend functionality with style, ensuring that every element of the design contributes to a cohesive and enjoyable work environment.

Their approach not only fulfilled the immediate requirements of the brief but also set a new standard for office design, emphasizing adaptability, aesthetics, and the well-being of the occupants.

By concentrating on these key areas, Hub not only met but exceeded the traditional expectations of a workspace, creating an environment that inspired innovation, fostered a strong community, and prioritized the well-being and satisfaction of its users.

Achieving productivity through design