Ellivo - ep 09. In the end we're all here for the same goal ellivo About People Projects Contact Ellivo TALKS Media and Awards Project Map Project Archive Places to Live & StayAccommodationThe QuarterNeroHotel L.AUni LodgeThe PadAged care & retirementThe VillageBuild to RentBensonNeroHomesC2 HouseBridgeman Downs ResidencePaddington ResidenceMulti-residentialPipisFlorianMontereyFirst BayVantage, BurleighThe Wellington CollectionMarinKIOMEThornclyffeAlouetteEmmelineArgentumNeroArviaVantageJadeTownhousesAshford ResidencesSummerlinHolmHiveUrban FormAshford ResidencesThe QuarterProvidence Sales and Community CentrePlaces to Eat, Drink & PlayCafes & barsOne50 Gaming LoungeThe Whistle DixieFortitude CafePeel St KitchenGoodness Gracious CafeCommunitiesAshford ClubThe QuarterProvidence Sales and Community CentreRochedale Lifestyle CentreHyatt Coolum Visitor CentreRetail FitoutsMiele Experience Centre, AdelaideMiele Experience Centre, NewsteadLorna Jane StoresPlaces for Work, Connection & WellbeingCommercial320 Adelaide Street Facade UpgradeIndooroopilly Golf Club180 Brisbane Foyer, Food, Beverage and Retail PrecinctAspire Airport LoungeThe QuarterCaesarstone ShowroomArgentumRosalie FocalFacades320 Adelaide Street Facade UpgradeThornclyffeNeroWellbeingFamily Nurture ClinicEmmecoGenerations MedicalSkin PartnersGO2 HealthRonald McDonald House62 Crockford StreetAll SportsWorkplace FitoutsQ CoalDigital InfractechEllivo StudioAustralian UnityBornhorst + WardCoronadoARTCMaster Builders QueenslandAJ & Co.Redchip LawyersAerocare 07 3188 7979 Email ellivo (Studio Journal) 01.11.2023 (Ellivo TALKS)ep 09. In the end we're all here for the same goal“What’s important to Ellivo’s culture, is building relationships.” – Erin Fanning Relationships are at the heart of Ellivo’s culture. Building strong relationships with our clients, consultants and within our studio enables us to achieve great things. What excites us isn’t how fast we can get to the end goal, but the journey to create something special. Ellivo’s filter of people is always front of mind, especially when designing specifically for health and wellness centered projects.  This human centered design approach gives us an opportunity to empathise and understand the needs of the end user. By prioritising the user experience, our architects and interior designers are able to design both functional and aesthetically pleasing environments for people. The rise of wellness driven design extends beyond health centered projects, and relies on a strong collaboration with the client and consistent understanding of people and their needs. “Personally, I love working with clients. Long standing clients especially, it becomes a pretty unique and special kind of relationship. These people are developing cures for leukaemia and creating all sorts of amazing things. It’s quite rewarding to be a part of that process in some small way.” – Erin Fanning   Despite the lifestyle shift towards working from home, our workplace culture built on inclusivity and good relationships has fostered a studio environment people want to be a part of. This extends to the time we spend with each other outside the workplace contributing to a culture of friendship, support, and collaboration. Across the studio, whether it’s architects, interior designers, directors or students, we work in an environment that; allows people to explore creativity, builds confidence and sense of purpose, and prioritises good design for the end users. “I like to spend time with everybody outside of the workplace, I think it’s really healthy for us to get to know each other on a deeper level and become friends as well as workmates.” – Erin Fanning LinkedIn / Facebook / Twitter11.08.2023 ep 08. Learning from the intricacies Ellivo Yuggera and Turrbal Country Level 2, 293 Queen Street Brisbane City 07 3188 7979 Email Instagram @ellivoarchitects Facebook @ellivoarchitects Linkedin Ellivo Architects Copyright ©2024 Ellivo Pty Ltd Design by Autumn Studio Code by Lance Montana Ellivo acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which we work and live. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. We are committed to continually learning the stories, culture and traditions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders.