Woods Bagot

October

Woods Bagot | Tonsley Park Redevelopment, Adelaide, Australia, 2015 | Photograph courtesy Woods Bagot

Click for more images | Woods Bagot | Tonsley Park Redevelopment, Adelaide, Australia, 2015 | Photograph courtesy Woods Bagot

Woods Bagot
First Friday

Join Woods Bagot at its office for drinks, conversation, and a behind the scenes look at their ongoing work. The League’s First Fridays are monthly opportunities for League members to visit the offices of leading design practices to see work on the boards and learn more about the offices’ organization and design processes. These informal social gatherings feature brief office tours and presentations along with happy hour drinks arranged by the host office.

Woods Bagot is a global design and consulting firm with a team of over 850 practitioners working across 17 studios in Australia, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and North America. They aim to place human experience at the center of the design process “in order to deliver engaging, future-oriented projects that respond to the way people actually use space.” Woods Bagot has experience in a range of sectors including commercial, residential, and workplace architecture, brand strategy, urban planning, transportation, as well as science and health.

Recent projects include the Assembly Apartments in Melbourne; the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) in Adelaide; the University of Sydney Business School; the Tonsley Park Redevelopment in Adelaide; the Grosvenor House Apartments in London; and the interior design for The Baccarat Hotel and Residences in New York. The firm is currently involved in the construction of the mixed-use development at 203 Jay Street in Brooklyn and in the residential redevelopment of the Cabrini Medical Center in Manhattan.

Recently, Woods Bagot received the 2017 Award for Interior Design Impact from the Australian Interior Design Awards (AIDA) and the 2016 David Oppenheim Award for Sustainable Architecture from the Australian Institute of Architects.

Woods Bagot | South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI), Adelaide, Australia, 2013 | Photograph courtesy Woods Bagot

Woods Bagot | South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI), Adelaide, Australia, 2013 | Photograph courtesy Woods Bagot

Woods Bagot | National Australia Bank Docklands, Melbourne, Australia, 2013 | Photograph courtesy Woods Bagot

Woods Bagot | National Australia Bank Docklands, Melbourne, Australia, 2013 | Photograph courtesy Woods Bagot

Woods Bagot | 203 Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY, 2017 | Image courtesy Woods Bagot

Woods Bagot | 203 Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY, 2017 | Image courtesy Woods Bagot

Woods Bagot | University of Sydney Business School, Syndey, Australia, 2016 | Photograph courtesy Woods Bagot

Woods Bagot | University of Sydney Business School, Syndey, Australia, 2016 | Photograph courtesy Woods Bagot

Woods Bagot | Grosvenor House, London, UK, 2013 | Photograph courtesy Woods Bagot

Woods Bagot | Grosvenor House, London, UK, 2013 | Photograph courtesy Woods Bagot

Woods Bagot | Assembly Apartments, Melbourne, Australia, 2016 | Photograph courtesy Woods Bagot

Woods Bagot | Assembly Apartments, Melbourne, Australia, 2016 | Photograph courtesy Woods Bagot

Woods Bagot | Melbourne Convention Center, Melbourne, Australia, 2009 | Photograph courtesy Woods Bagot

Woods Bagot | Melbourne Convention Center, Melbourne, Australia, 2009 | Photograph courtesy Woods Bagot

Woods Bagot | Ivy, Syndey, Australia, 2007 | Photograph courtesy Woods Bagot

Woods Bagot | Ivy, Syndey, Australia, 2007 | Photograph courtesy Woods Bagot

Woods Bagot | Paramount by the Office Space Sydney, Australia, 2015 | Photograph courtesy Woods Bagot

Woods Bagot | Paramount by the Office Space, Sydney, Australia, 2015 | Photograph courtesy Woods Bagot

Time & Place
Friday, October 13, 2017
6:30 p.m.
30 Broad Street
7th Floor
New York, NY 10004
Tickets
Members must bring photo ID to be checked at the door.
GET TICKETS by registering through Eventbrite, beginning September 5, 2017.
First Friday events are free and open only to League members.
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Please note policy change: League First Fridays have been a huge success!  So much so, in fact, that, we have adjusted our admission policy. Up to now, we have allowed any League member to also reserve a spot for a guest at First Fridays. As many of you know, these events sell out very fast, so we are changing our policy to allow only League members to reserve, to make sure that as many League members as possible can attend this popular series.