Want to inspire your delegates? Choosing a venue space with remarkable design elements can be a great way to take them out of the ordinary and put them among the extraordinary.
Choosing a space with an artistic or designer flair, even if just for a day meeting, can be the ideal way to get your group out of the boardroom and into a room that’s far too stunning for boredom.
Offering so much more than a table and a whiteboard, these new spaces have some stylish flair that’s certain to bring out the best in your group.
Event and conference spaces here, while on the bigger budget end of the spectrum are designed specifically to inspire guests. Conference rooms are outfitted with custom-made, contemporary furniture and the latest technology. Individually or combined, rooms can be configured from small, intimate boardroom spaces to larger sit-down dinners of up to 150. There’s also outdoor space overlooking the vineyard.
Ovolo Woolloomooloo, Sydney NSW
Not far from the city CBD, the Ovolo Woolloomooloo opened in 2016 and has gained attention for its modern artistic charm. The meeting and function spaces here are specifically designed to ensure groups have their most productive meetings.
Full of artistic flair, the designers behind Ovolo successfully merged the old historic building and new. Modern design has attracted new group of followers - lovers of fine design, usually early adopters who inspire the others to follow.
In an effort to provide something a bit different to planners, they’ve also created what they call the BiG Room (pictured above). Why the name? Ideal for relaxed setting meetings, it features a custom-made wrap-around lounge seating up to 10 guests.
W Hotel Brisbane, QLD
Brand new to Brisbane, everything about the W Hotel in Brisbane is ultra-modern with 312 guest rooms and event spaces that promise to inspire. Australian interior design agency, Nic Graham & Associates worked on W Brisbane’s internal design and custom furnishings.
From the moment guests enter the hotel, A staircase of timber river reeds leads guests to the futuristic Welcome Desk and the Living Room (their twist on the traditional hotel lobby).
Taking inspiration from the nearby Brisbane River, the hotel also has a visible connection to the Brisbane arts precinct. Guest rooms include a blend of traditional indigenous Australiana with modern technology, particularly with the bold and colourful artwork from Australian artists such as John Nicholson, Lucas Grogan and Reko Rennie.
Their events spaces cater to groups of all sizes including the 595-square-meter Great Room with its ceiling of 260 twinkling lights reminiscent of an outback starry night. Additional meeting rooms include the versatile Studios and Strategy Room that showcase river views and floor to ceiling windows and private balconies.
For more information on these (or suggestions on other) spectacular venues, get in touch today.