Go Design has an ever growing portfolio of completed commercial projects that range from hospitality and retail to gymnasiums and fuel stations. Our team specialise in delivering large scale commercial projects across the industry.
By offering a single point of contact during the project life cycle, we eliminate the hassle of multiple services and handovers, while decreasing build time and cost.
We maintain strong professional relationships with a range of consulting engineers, ESD consultants and building surveyors to ensure the design and pre-construction process is as smooth as possible.
Go Design was engaged for the documentation component by David Natale Design for a restaurant fitout in Highett, Melbourne.
Being a narrow site, the idea was to open the building and create a series of unique spaces that catered towards different clientele. With a yoghurt bar out back, restaurant downstairs and bar upstairs, this space allows for maximum usability in a bustling part of town.
Go Design has been engaged by Christopher Elliot Design for a store fitout in Richmond, Melbourne, Victoria.
With two buildings being merged into one, the client is looking to create a new store for their lighting products, utilising all the unique materials and spaces this location has to offer.
Go Design and Christopher Elliot Design have been engaged for the renovation of an apartment in Melbourne CBD.
The client is looking to open up this space and make the most of the incredible views of the city through the floor to ceiling glass walls. Alongside the open plan layout will be the addition of insitu designed furniture that will compliment the highly complex angles throughout.
Located in Falls Creek, Victoria, an existing apartment block is receiving major upgrades that not only increase it's capacity, but add new functional utilities for residents.
There are an additional six self contained units, alongside renovations to communal areas, residential suites, staff and managers quarters.
The crown jewel is the addition of wrap around balconies, while large open windows are sure to make the most of the spectacular surrounding landscape.
Go Design was engaged for a design and construct project in collaboration with SCMS Pty Ltd.
Our brief was to upgrade the amenities and fitout of the restaurant by designing a more modern and user friendly interior, while updating the facade to attract visitors and locals alike.
Go Design was engaged by David Natale Design for renders and construction documentation for a small development in Ballarat.
Featuring five modern double storey units, all with three bedrooms, large indoor and outdoor entertainment spaces, double garages, outdoor living areas, and balconies to take in the surrounding landscape, this development makes the most of its site.
Go Design was engaged to renovate an existing warehouse into a BFT fitness centre in Bacchus Marsh.
The fitness centre caters for group classes and as such, has been designed with an open layout.
Based in Bacchus Marsh, Victoria, we were engaged to produce architectural drawings for the new waste transfer station.
This building is zoned into different waste stations and allows users to easily separate their rubbish into the relevant station for efficient recycling and to minimise the use of landfill.
Located along a busy main road, this six storey residential apartment block is comprised of 52 units, with two floors beneath ground for amenities.
Go Design was engaged for design and planning documentation and is working closely with David Natale Design.
Go Design and Peter Thompson Architects have been engaged to design a new sporting pavilion in Skipton, Victoria.
Replacing the existing pavilion to the northern end of the reserve, the new pavilion is designed to accommodate multiple sports teams, house umpire and meeting rooms, a social room, doubling as a restaurant and public events.
Standing two storeys tall, with wrap around viewing deck looking out over the grounds, this sporting pavilion is designed to cater for the community for many years to come. The concept is currently being reviewed by the committee.