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Cathay Pacific | Singapore

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Westpac | Perth

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Toll City | Singapore

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Brookfield | Perth

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KWM | Perth

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Westpac | Melbourne

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Telstra Icon | Sydney

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Westpac | Sydney

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Suncorp Concept | Sydney

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Curtin | Perth

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Telstra Discovery | Melbourne

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Bank of Melbourne | Melbourne

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Heinemann | Sydney

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Sephora | Sydney

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Tesla | Sydney

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Cochlear HQ | Sydney

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Social Science | UoN

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Sydney Presence | UoN

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Auchmuty Library | UoN

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Upgrade Program | UoS

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Student Admin Services | UoS

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Moore College | Sydney

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Rabobank | Sydney

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JWT | Sydney

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HBF HQ | Perth

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CapitaLand | Singapore

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Barrick Gold | Perth

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BHP Billiton | Melbourne

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Squire Sanders | Perth

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Qantas Lounge | Brisbane

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Di Bella | Perth

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Next Hotel | Brisbane

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Venn | Perth

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The Pier | Melbourne

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American Express | Singapore

The numbers tell
the story...

BILLIONS WORTH OF CONSTRUCTION

Evolution.
At work.

RE-DEFINED. RE-IMAGINED. RE-INVENTED.

Making space for others creates
a service-oriented mindset.

THE SELFLESS ART OF HOSPITALITY

Knowledge. No commodity is more
valued on campus.

A SPACE TO LEARN

It's theatre. It's discovery.
It's a gift.

WE LOVE OUR RETAIL THERAPY

Who is Geyer?

100+ TALENTED PEOPLE. PLUS ONE.

To create with curiosity
intelligence & spirit

IMPROVE THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE

Generations of
design

CELEBRATE OUR PAST AND EMBRACE THE FUTURE

5 studios across
Asia Pacific

ONE VISION

The one thing
that can't be designed...

TRUST.

Awards remind us
others are watching

WE'LL SHOW THEM OFF. WE'RE ONLY HUMAN

Love what you do.

GROW WITH US v>

Your future
is in your hands

USE THEM

Get a head start
in the industry

LEARN ON INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS

Owned by Singapore-based SilverNeedle Hospitality Group (SNH), Chifley Hotel at Lennons was an underperforming asset. They trusted Geyer to transform the 40 year old shell into the worlds first 4.5 star NEXT Hotel. The new hotel design encompassed the refurbishment of existing guest rooms and lobby, 150 new rooms and significant upgrades to building infrastructure. Completey new hospitality environments were added new pool, restaurants, bars, and retail environments.


$100 MILLION REFURBISHMENT
  • Tony Alberti
  • Robyn Lindsey
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Re-configuring and upgrading


Geyer worked with SNH to develop and apply their new niche brand to this 40-year-old Brisbane property. This included re-configuring and upgrading each level, upgrading all services, expanding the building envelope and reconfiguring the retail area to attract more high-end retail tenancies.

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Double capacity, better value


The refurbished hotel has double capacity, 304 from 154 rooms. All rooms are tailored for the modern business traveller, offering the ideal blend of flexibility and convenience, a choice of self-service or full service, providing greater value to guests.

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Maximising guest experience


Significant building modifications were required to accommodate additional infrastructure to support NEXT Hotel’s masterplan. Precise, careful design solutions responded to the coordination of infrastructure upgrades along with incorporating facilities to support additional hotel capacity whilst ensuring the guest experience was maximised. 

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Embracing limitations


Material selection including timbers, stone, brick, concrete and leathers form a warm, inviting natural palate; a welcoming environment for business travellers. By embracing limitations of the existing building structure, the design creates intimate, voluminous spaces within the interior, responding to the required hotel functions.

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Make your time count


Brand integration and alignment was important, with every design decision - selection of materials, guest room design, technology integration, staff experience - justified against the brand promise: “designed to make your time count”.

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Bird’s eye view


The Level 4 rooftop terrace pool and bar is visually and physically connected to Queen Street mall, providing unique ‘poolside’ views of heritage facades and a bird’s eye view down one of the world’s busiest pedestrian malls.

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Blurring boundaries


The design approach challenges the traditional hotel lobby space with the hotel reception and food and beverage area – the reception area is a continuation of the food and beverage space, blurring boundaries and redefining guest service and interaction while technology integration allows guests to check-in independently or be greeted by a mobile host.

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Maximising connectivity


The Level 2 restaurant and bar maximises connectivity to Queen Street mall via large operable windows encouraging a visible connection to the warm interior of the restaurant, drawing in guests without feeling like they have landed in a hotel reception.

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Establishing the benchmark


By making the most of the building constraints through clever and cost effective design solutions, Geyer has transformed a former Brisbane icon into a contemporary hotel for the time-poor business traveller. NEXT Hotel Brisbane establishes the benchmark for future NEXT Hotels® developed by SilverNeedle Hospitality globally.