Tag Archives: design process

Sneak Peek: Land & Water Consulting

The team at Land & Water Consulting came to us looking for a sleek, new office as what is considered as standard and acceptable, just didn’t cut it for them. We’ve literally raised the roof (woop woop!), ripped up the daggy carpet tiles and are now in the process of having the concrete  slab polished

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Experiencing Work (From A Student Perspective)

We get a heap of requests from students in the Interior Architecture program at UniSA wanting to come into the office to complete a block of work experience. It’s a great avenue for them to see how the professional design world works. Melissa Romeo is one of those students who has spent a day here

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Finding a Designer

Koush is featured in this month’s House and Garden as one of the top interior design studios across the country. A lovely accolade which also got me thinking about what it takes from a client’s point of view to be a top designer.
If you’re in the market to use a designer, then read on….

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About Koush

Koush creates distinctive interiors, bespoke furniture and bold objects for a wide variety of commercial and residential clients.
Our interior designs incorporate customised furniture or joinery, as this allows us to carefully respond to our clients individual needs, which of course is the basis of every job.