Across all sectors, conventional approaches to interior design are giving way to more inspired, cross-sector design driven by a focus on user experience and changes in client ambitions. A designer who understands the value of combining strategic thinking and cross sector influences to create meaningful experiences is Woods Bagot principal Bronwyn McColl.
Bronwyn’s design career comprehensively spans any sector where user experience is paramount, and nowhere more so than spaces where commerce, culture and retail converge. Her experience includes the recently completed Next Hotel in 80 Collins Street, Gilbert and Tobin’s workplace fit out in Melbourne, Monash’s first international campus in Jakarta, and 1 William Street – a project that heralds the most significant change in government workplace in a generation with 41 levels of open-plan workplace accommodating nearly 7,000 employees.
Bronwyn leads Woods Bagot’s Interior Design portfolio in Melbourne. She is currently leading teams on BHP’s workplace, Rio Tinto’s workplace, the NDIA Workplace portfolio, a portfolio of luxury retirement living properties across New Zealand, The Continental Hotel, and with a number of clients on strategic briefing.