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We’ve moved to a New York state of mind

200 mary street RG Communications and Villain Designs have started a new chapter in their history, moving to a stunning new workspace in the heart of the Brisbane CBD. The office space, dubbed The Loft, is part of a contemporary refurbishment of the third level of the Cromwell Property Group-owned building at 200 Mary Street. RG Communications Managing Director Ben Ready said the company had experienced significant growth in the past year and needed a new office to accommodate further growth. “We wanted something that was unique and out of the box but still close to the action in the CBD,” he said. “Cromwell and their team have done a great job to create a space that is both comfortable and inspiring.. it is a perfect fit for us.” The fitout was designed by Sydney-based The Bold Collective and constructed by fitout and refurbishment specialists ISIS. TheLoft_ReceptionAndMeetingRooms_2000pxW TheLoft_FeatureImage The Bold Collective Design Director Monika Branagan said Cromwell had approached the firm looking for a ‘Brooklyn’ inspired fit out. “The tenancy overlooks an alley and the back of some of Brisbane’s older buildings, giving it a real urban feel,” she said. “We wanted to bring that into the tenancy and create a really creative space that reflected the surrounds.” “The brief was to create something that was unorthodox and edgy so we sourced a variety of materials and finishes to recreate a New York loft style feel that had an industrial edge, with warmth and personality.” Design features include brick wallpapers, illuminated signage, timber look dark flooring, industrial lighting, tartan upholstery, vintage look flooring, recycled timbers red highlights and a Herringbone strut ceiling. RGC has signed a three-year lease over the 130sqm space negotiated by David Prosser of Caden Office Leasing. TheLoft_KitchenArea_2000pxW theloft desks herrigbone ceiling BLOCK_200MaryRGC lights   theloftdining