DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION
23 Doody Street, Alexandria, NSW, 2015, Australia
Warrane fast tracked the design, construction and development of Flying Barks international office, catering to 300 staff in conjunction with Amitran and U+I Building Studio.
Flying Bark Productions is a prolific independent producer on the international stage with a successful legacy of creating iconic animated children’s entertainment since 1968. Operating as a full-service production facility for independent feature films and series as well as providing animation services for global clients.
Recently Flying Bark has produced some of Australia’s well-performing original family films and series, including Maya the Bee Movies and the Blinky Bill CGI adaptations as well as animating on the hit-series Rise of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for Nickelodeon.
Flying Bark is set to deliver the highly anticipated Indie-Australian film, 100% Wolf – adapted from Jane Lyon’s book with the same name – and the spin-off series in co-production with Australian broadcaster; ABC and Germany’s number one channel for family entertainment SUPER RTL. The TV series will be introduced this year at MipJunior and Mipcom in Cannes. Both, movie and series will be available by year end.
The Warrane design and construction team collaborated with Amitran & U+I Building Studio to develop this unique office space and company dining area.
The open, flexible, and activity based design, accommodates higher staff levels within a diverse and open setting.
The design focused closely at optimising air quality, ambient light levels, and the use of natural materials, and the incorporation of workspace flexibility, encouraging physical movement through inter-connecting spaces
In addition, the acoustic construction consisted of external plywood and internal cork cladding, detailed joinery and upholstery, suspended joinery, internal trees and planting