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Corso Interior Architecture wins best commercial design at 2019 Polytec Melbourne Design Awards

Corso Interior Architecture has taken out the top spot at the prestigious 2019 Polytec Melbourne Design Awards, winning best commercial design for the creation of the second installation of creativecubes.co, based in the urban hub of Hawthorn, Melbourne. Following the award-winning design of the first creativecubes.co space in Richmond, the team of designers at Corso […]

Moments that set design in motion

Corso Interior Architecture was borne out of an observation and appreciation of existing interior spaces, often discovered and enjoyed while enjoying a dining experience. On speaking about how his passion for design came to be, Joey Corso recalls sitting in these spaces and looking up with an air of wonderment of the possibilities. It was […]

Designing and applying an approach to projects

When people walk through some of Melbourne’s, and the world’s, most impressive and impactful buildings, there is an individual viewpoint that applies. The way someone perceives the details and intricacies of each material used or texture applied comes down to the individual person and their background. Their likes and dislikes. Their preferences on colour and […]

Tips on keeping a project on budget

Discovering the balance between great design and keeping to a budget is a challenge with a solution, says Joey Corso. In this interview, Joey gives insight into why it is not so much the materials and design that cause projects to go over budget but rather the size of the overall project. “The design is […]

Helping small spaces gain maximum impact

Chadstone Shopping Centre is a thriving and busy place at Christmas time. Shoppers come in the thousands to find the perfect gift. Sometimes spending hours at a time on the hunt. Within the vast walls of this gift epicentre is Rozzi’s, a 100sqm space designed to give shoppers a moment to rest and enjoy good […]

Award winning design expands as Creativecubes.co opens second location in ‘new urban hub’

Richmond was the obvious choice when creativecubes.co founder Tobi Skovron set his sights on bringing his LA inspired working philosophy back home to Melbourne. Teaming with Corso Interior Architecture, Skovron created a space that has attracted some of Australia’s most innovative companies and entrepreneurs, winning 2018 Melbourne Design Award along the way. The expansion of creativecubes.co […]

When planning and function is key

Joey Corso, Director of Corso Interior Architecture, created a space that combines the functional elements of a class leading brewery with a relaxed and quality driven café environment. “Planning and function was key to this site,” said Corso. “We purposely designed the glass drop off areas on one side of the kitchen, and the other […]

What does trend actually mean?

Joey Corso, Director of Corso Interior Architecture, questions the role ‘trend’ plays in the creation of new spaces for clients. “We’re in Melbourne so everything is really fast paced and people want to make their lives quicker and find solutions, to speed things up and micromanage their time and be really efficient, and that has […]
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