Steam-bent timber tunnels through Melbourne showroom by Woods Bagot

Architecture studio Woods Bagot has used sculptural timber battens to create pathways through this immersive showroom space in Melbourne, designed for local cladding manufacturer Sculptform.

The mixed-use space is located at the ground level of a tower in central Melbourne, where it serves as a “billboard to the street” and shows off the brand’s manufacturing capabilities.

Timber battens form tunnel-like pathways through the Sculptform Showroom (top and above)

Described by Woods Bagot as a “working showroom”, the space includes not just product displays but also a staff workspace, meeting rooms and collaboration spaces.

Initially briefed to be ‘out the back,’

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