We believe that beautiful things are the genesis of their environment, which is why we espy our office to be our home and fledging farm.

Due to the expansion of our business we have packed our belongings and moved between several locations across Sydney. In alignment with a theme, all our offices have been located within historic buildings. We have had a lot of fun transforming these spaces into vibrant arenas for work, relaxation and welcoming visitors.

The places we call home


Working Men’s Institute (Balmain 2002 - 2003)

Our first home was shared with other creative agencies in the thriving district of Balmain. It was only a matter of time before we were working shoulder to shoulder with our neighbors so we went in search of a new home.


Terrace next to The London (Balmain 2003 - 2004)

Our three-level terrace on Darling Street featured a rear garden courtyard and glimpses of the Sydney Harbour. It was the perfect location to enjoy our continued growth and enjoy some downtime at “The London Office”.


Waterview Boatsheds (East Balmain 2004 - 2005)

The Old Boatshed needed some love when we found it. Nestled on the waterfront of the Balmain Peninsula, we devoted our efforts to new floorboards, new paint and new walls. We built great websites at the Boatshed as boats and ferries glided past our doorstep.


Office on the Corso (Manly 2005 - 2006)

We started a project team developing innovative technology for the financial services market and located them into an office located on the Corso in Manly. A swim before or after work was not uncommon and so began our love affair with Manly.


The Terraces (Manly 2006 - 2008)

The golden and breezy ambience of Manly beach was an inspiring backdrop for our Northern Beaches home. Cradled in two freshly renovated terraces (some of the oldest standing buildings in the area) we enjoyed a stunning view of Sydney’s Inner Harbour and the occasional visit to our local, the Manly Wharf Hotel.


338 Kent St (Sydney CBD 2008 - 2009)

Our new home is stationed on Level 1, 338 Kent Street, within a fully restored heritage building in the old warehouse district of Sydney. We have an entire floor open-plan studio equipped with a kitchen, lounge, high ceilings, rotund timber floors, state-of-the art computer equipment and retro games. If we’re not rapt into a slick workflow then we’re locking horns in a game of foosball or table tennis.

Come and visit us. We bid a warm welcome to all guests.