New work from Melbourne's edgy architectural firm Edwards Moore. Working with the existing structure to provide a voice to a series of spaces within an open plan floor plate their design provides distinct spaces for working, relaxing and thinking, supporting and nurturing the creative process within PR firm, Keep Left . Ben Edwards explains "To achieve this (we) designed and fabricated a series of bespoke object and elements including light fittings using photography umbrellas, illuminated signage from reflective laminated timber and a timber planter box which incorporates the entry seating area and provides an introduction to the abstract forms and spaces beyond." Edwards Moore recently featured in the pages of Inside Out magazine with their Cubby House (after the jump) inspired by the "raumplan" concept - designing continuous spaces for living rather than regularly divided floors with limited flexibility - the house has minimal doors and walls. Sharp lines contrasts with rough texture. Reclaimed limed timber, OSB, sisal, vic ash and white concrete floor provide the neutral palette balanced by a mirrored gold box. Photos by Peter Bennetts.