Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Entry

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Entry

The soap and skincare product retailer, Cleanse By Hepzabeth, is located at 47 George Street in Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks. The premises is on Levels 1 & 2 of Bay 1 of the heritage listed Union Bond Store.

Union Bond Store is a Victorian Regency warehouse built circa 1840 and was designed by notable architect John Bibb. This simple 3 storey sandstone building demonstrates Sydney's early to mid nineteenth century architectural character with horizontal string courses and deeply recessed windows. 

For this project, the client required a new fit-out and design over the two floors, which had to embody the company's environmentally focused image. The concept had to provide an accessible cafe and retail space, showcasing their beautiful handmade skincare products, soaps and candles on the ground floor, and an office for 11 employees on the second floor with one permanent workstation, a kitchenette, and a breakout space .

The final design is an inviting space that sells both handcrafted products and a lifestyle. Subtle line and form and natural materials united with light create significant impact, contrasting against this wonderful, historic building. An oversized organic form, finished in bright white stucco, establishes an enclosed, serene environment as customers enter at ground level. In this space, shoppers can unwind underneath the Douglas and Bec Bubble Chandelier with a refreshing tea and browse the handmade beauty products on display, or travel down the warmly lit corridor to receive a restorative facial within one of the two the tranquil oak finished treatment rooms.

The second floor continues this cohesive design, housing a relaxed kitchenette and breakout space filled with beanbags and iconic Hans Wegner CH25 chairs, all enclosed by a second elongated curved wall. Jardan furniture allows for beautiful Australian design to be showcased with the office area, while employees can work at the 3 open workstations or within the enclosed brass framed glass partitioned workspace.

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: POS

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: POS

The soap and skincare product retailer, Cleanse By Hepzabeth, is located at 47 George Street in Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks. The premises is on Levels 1 & 2 of Bay 1 of the heritage listed Union Bond Store.

Union Bond Store is a Victorian Regency warehouse built circa 1840 and was designed by notable architect John Bibb. This simple 3 storey sandstone building demonstrates Sydney's early to mid nineteenth century architectural character with horizontal string courses and deeply recessed windows. 

For this project, the client required a new fit-out and design over the two floors, which had to embody the company's environmentally focused image. The concept had to provide an accessible cafe and retail space, showcasing their beautiful handmade skincare products, soaps and candles on the ground floor, and an office for 11 employees on the second floor with one permanent workstation, a kitchenette, and a breakout space .

The final design is an inviting space that sells both handcrafted products and a lifestyle. Subtle line and form and natural materials united with light create significant impact, contrasting against this wonderful, historic building. An oversized organic form, finished in bright white stucco, establishes an enclosed, serene environment as customers enter at ground level. In this space, shoppers can unwind underneath the Douglas and Bec Bubble Chandelier with a refreshing tea and browse the handmade beauty products on display, or travel down the warmly lit corridor to receive a restorative facial within one of the two the tranquil oak finished treatment rooms.

The second floor continues this cohesive design, housing a relaxed kitchenette and breakout space filled with beanbags and iconic Hans Wegner CH25 chairs, all enclosed by a second elongated curved wall. Jardan furniture allows for beautiful Australian design to be showcased with the office area, while employees can work at the 3 open workstations or within the enclosed brass framed glass partitioned workspace.

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Spa Room

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Spa Room

The soap and skincare product retailer, Cleanse By Hepzabeth, is located at 47 George Street in Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks. The premises is on Levels 1 & 2 of Bay 1 of the heritage listed Union Bond Store.

Union Bond Store is a Victorian Regency warehouse built circa 1840 and was designed by notable architect John Bibb. This simple 3 storey sandstone building demonstrates Sydney's early to mid nineteenth century architectural character with horizontal string courses and deeply recessed windows. 

For this project, the client required a new fit-out and design over the two floors, which had to embody the company's environmentally focused image. The concept had to provide an accessible cafe and retail space, showcasing their beautiful handmade skincare products, soaps and candles on the ground floor, and an office for 11 employees on the second floor with one permanent workstation, a kitchenette, and a breakout space .

The final design is an inviting space that sells both handcrafted products and a lifestyle. Subtle line and form and natural materials united with light create significant impact, contrasting against this wonderful, historic building. An oversized organic form, finished in bright white stucco, establishes an enclosed, serene environment as customers enter at ground level. In this space, shoppers can unwind underneath the Douglas and Bec Bubble Chandelier with a refreshing tea and browse the handmade beauty products on display, or travel down the warmly lit corridor to receive a restorative facial within one of the two the tranquil oak finished treatment rooms.

The second floor continues this cohesive design, housing a relaxed kitchenette and breakout space filled with beanbags and iconic Hans Wegner CH25 chairs, all enclosed by a second elongated curved wall. Jardan furniture allows for beautiful Australian design to be showcased with the office area, while employees can work at the 3 open workstations or within the enclosed brass framed glass partitioned workspace.

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Kitchenette & Breakout

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Kitchenette & Breakout

The soap and skincare product retailer, Cleanse By Hepzabeth, is located at 47 George Street in Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks. The premises is on Levels 1 & 2 of Bay 1 of the heritage listed Union Bond Store.

Union Bond Store is a Victorian Regency warehouse built circa 1840 and was designed by notable architect John Bibb. This simple 3 storey sandstone building demonstrates Sydney's early to mid nineteenth century architectural character with horizontal string courses and deeply recessed windows. 

For this project, the client required a new fit-out and design over the two floors, which had to embody the company's environmentally focused image. The concept had to provide an accessible cafe and retail space, showcasing their beautiful handmade skincare products, soaps and candles on the ground floor, and an office for 11 employees on the second floor with one permanent workstation, a kitchenette, and a breakout space .

The final design is an inviting space that sells both handcrafted products and a lifestyle. Subtle line and form and natural materials united with light create significant impact, contrasting against this wonderful, historic building. An oversized organic form, finished in bright white stucco, establishes an enclosed, serene environment as customers enter at ground level. In this space, shoppers can unwind underneath the Douglas and Bec Bubble Chandelier with a refreshing tea and browse the handmade beauty products on display, or travel down the warmly lit corridor to receive a restorative facial within one of the two the tranquil oak finished treatment rooms.

The second floor continues this cohesive design, housing a relaxed kitchenette and breakout space filled with beanbags and iconic Hans Wegner CH25 chairs, all enclosed by a second elongated curved wall. Jardan furniture allows for beautiful Australian design to be showcased with the office area, while employees can work at the 3 open workstations or within the enclosed brass framed glass partitioned workspace.

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Office

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Office

The soap and skincare product retailer, Cleanse By Hepzabeth, is located at 47 George Street in Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks. The premises is on Levels 1 & 2 of Bay 1 of the heritage listed Union Bond Store.

Union Bond Store is a Victorian Regency warehouse built circa 1840 and was designed by notable architect John Bibb. This simple 3 storey sandstone building demonstrates Sydney's early to mid nineteenth century architectural character with horizontal string courses and deeply recessed windows. 

For this project, the client required a new fit-out and design over the two floors, which had to embody the company's environmentally focused image. The concept had to provide an accessible cafe and retail space, showcasing their beautiful handmade skincare products, soaps and candles on the ground floor, and an office for 11 employees on the second floor with one permanent workstation, a kitchenette, and a breakout space .

The final design is an inviting space that sells both handcrafted products and a lifestyle. Subtle line and form and natural materials united with light create significant impact, contrasting against this wonderful, historic building. An oversized organic form, finished in bright white stucco, establishes an enclosed, serene environment as customers enter at ground level. In this space, shoppers can unwind underneath the Douglas and Bec Bubble Chandelier with a refreshing tea and browse the handmade beauty products on display, or travel down the warmly lit corridor to receive a restorative facial within one of the two the tranquil oak finished treatment rooms.

The second floor continues this cohesive design, housing a relaxed kitchenette and breakout space filled with beanbags and iconic Hans Wegner CH25 chairs, all enclosed by a second elongated curved wall. Jardan furniture allows for beautiful Australian design to be showcased with the office area, while employees can work at the 3 open workstations or within the enclosed brass framed glass partitioned workspace.

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Office

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Office

The soap and skincare product retailer, Cleanse By Hepzabeth, is located at 47 George Street in Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks. The premises is on Levels 1 & 2 of Bay 1 of the heritage listed Union Bond Store.

Union Bond Store is a Victorian Regency warehouse built circa 1840 and was designed by notable architect John Bibb. This simple 3 storey sandstone building demonstrates Sydney's early to mid nineteenth century architectural character with horizontal string courses and deeply recessed windows. 

For this project, the client required a new fit-out and design over the two floors, which had to embody the company's environmentally focused image. The concept had to provide an accessible cafe and retail space, showcasing their beautiful handmade skincare products, soaps and candles on the ground floor, and an office for 11 employees on the second floor with one permanent workstation, a kitchenette, and a breakout space .

The final design is an inviting space that sells both handcrafted products and a lifestyle. Subtle line and form and natural materials united with light create significant impact, contrasting against this wonderful, historic building. An oversized organic form, finished in bright white stucco, establishes an enclosed, serene environment as customers enter at ground level. In this space, shoppers can unwind underneath the Douglas and Bec Bubble Chandelier with a refreshing tea and browse the handmade beauty products on display, or travel down the warmly lit corridor to receive a restorative facial within one of the two the tranquil oak finished treatment rooms.

The second floor continues this cohesive design, housing a relaxed kitchenette and breakout space filled with beanbags and iconic Hans Wegner CH25 chairs, all enclosed by a second elongated curved wall. Jardan furniture allows for beautiful Australian design to be showcased with the office area, while employees can work at the 3 open workstations or within the enclosed brass framed glass partitioned workspace.

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Brandboard

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Brandboard

The soap and skincare product retailer, Cleanse By Hepzabeth, is located at 47 George Street in Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks. The premises is on Levels 1 & 2 of Bay 1 of the heritage listed Union Bond Store.

Union Bond Store is a Victorian Regency warehouse built circa 1840 and was designed by notable architect John Bibb. This simple 3 storey sandstone building demonstrates Sydney's early to mid nineteenth century architectural character with horizontal string courses and deeply recessed windows. 

For this project, the client required a new fit-out and design over the two floors, which had to embody the company's environmentally focused image. The concept had to provide an accessible cafe and retail space, showcasing their beautiful handmade skincare products, soaps and candles on the ground floor, and an office for 11 employees on the second floor with one permanent workstation, a kitchenette, and a breakout space .

The final design is an inviting space that sells both handcrafted products and a lifestyle. Subtle line and form and natural materials united with light create significant impact, contrasting against this wonderful, historic building. An oversized organic form, finished in bright white stucco, establishes an enclosed, serene environment as customers enter at ground level. In this space, shoppers can unwind underneath the Douglas and Bec Bubble Chandelier with a refreshing tea and browse the handmade beauty products on display, or travel down the warmly lit corridor to receive a restorative facial within one of the two the tranquil oak finished treatment rooms.

The second floor continues this cohesive design, housing a relaxed kitchenette and breakout space filled with beanbags and iconic Hans Wegner CH25 chairs, all enclosed by a second elongated curved wall. Jardan furniture allows for beautiful Australian design to be showcased with the office area, while employees can work at the 3 open workstations or within the enclosed brass framed glass partitioned workspace.

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Moodboard

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Moodboard

The soap and skincare product retailer, Cleanse By Hepzabeth, is located at 47 George Street in Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks. The premises is on Levels 1 & 2 of Bay 1 of the heritage listed Union Bond Store.

Union Bond Store is a Victorian Regency warehouse built circa 1840 and was designed by notable architect John Bibb. This simple 3 storey sandstone building demonstrates Sydney's early to mid nineteenth century architectural character with horizontal string courses and deeply recessed windows. 

For this project, the client required a new fit-out and design over the two floors, which had to embody the company's environmentally focused image. The concept had to provide an accessible cafe and retail space, showcasing their beautiful handmade skincare products, soaps and candles on the ground floor, and an office for 11 employees on the second floor with one permanent workstation, a kitchenette, and a breakout space .

The final design is an inviting space that sells both handcrafted products and a lifestyle. Subtle line and form and natural materials united with light create significant impact, contrasting against this wonderful, historic building. An oversized organic form, finished in bright white stucco, establishes an enclosed, serene environment as customers enter at ground level. In this space, shoppers can unwind underneath the Douglas and Bec Bubble Chandelier with a refreshing tea and browse the handmade beauty products on display, or travel down the warmly lit corridor to receive a restorative facial within one of the two the tranquil oak finished treatment rooms.

The second floor continues this cohesive design, housing a relaxed kitchenette and breakout space filled with beanbags and iconic Hans Wegner CH25 chairs, all enclosed by a second elongated curved wall. Jardan furniture allows for beautiful Australian design to be showcased with the office area, while employees can work at the 3 open workstations or within the enclosed brass framed glass partitioned workspace.

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Concept Name and Image

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Concept Name and Image

The soap and skincare product retailer, Cleanse By Hepzabeth, is located at 47 George Street in Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks. The premises is on Levels 1 & 2 of Bay 1 of the heritage listed Union Bond Store.

Union Bond Store is a Victorian Regency warehouse built circa 1840 and was designed by notable architect John Bibb. This simple 3 storey sandstone building demonstrates Sydney's early to mid nineteenth century architectural character with horizontal string courses and deeply recessed windows. 

For this project, the client required a new fit-out and design over the two floors, which had to embody the company's environmentally focused image. The concept had to provide an accessible cafe and retail space, showcasing their beautiful handmade skincare products, soaps and candles on the ground floor, and an office for 11 employees on the second floor with one permanent workstation, a kitchenette, and a breakout space .

The final design is an inviting space that sells both handcrafted products and a lifestyle. Subtle line and form and natural materials united with light create significant impact, contrasting against this wonderful, historic building. An oversized organic form, finished in bright white stucco, establishes an enclosed, serene environment as customers enter at ground level. In this space, shoppers can unwind underneath the Douglas and Bec Bubble Chandelier with a refreshing tea and browse the handmade beauty products on display, or travel down the warmly lit corridor to receive a restorative facial within one of the two the tranquil oak finished treatment rooms.

The second floor continues this cohesive design, housing a relaxed kitchenette and breakout space filled with beanbags and iconic Hans Wegner CH25 chairs, all enclosed by a second elongated curved wall. Jardan furniture allows for beautiful Australian design to be showcased with the office area, while employees can work at the 3 open workstations or within the enclosed brass framed glass partitioned workspace.

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Materials Board

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Materials Board

The soap and skincare product retailer, Cleanse By Hepzabeth, is located at 47 George Street in Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks. The premises is on Levels 1 & 2 of Bay 1 of the heritage listed Union Bond Store.

Union Bond Store is a Victorian Regency warehouse built circa 1840 and was designed by notable architect John Bibb. This simple 3 storey sandstone building demonstrates Sydney's early to mid nineteenth century architectural character with horizontal string courses and deeply recessed windows. 

For this project, the client required a new fit-out and design over the two floors, which had to embody the company's environmentally focused image. The concept had to provide an accessible cafe and retail space, showcasing their beautiful handmade skincare products, soaps and candles on the ground floor, and an office for 11 employees on the second floor with one permanent workstation, a kitchenette, and a breakout space .

The final design is an inviting space that sells both handcrafted products and a lifestyle. Subtle line and form and natural materials united with light create significant impact, contrasting against this wonderful, historic building. An oversized organic form, finished in bright white stucco, establishes an enclosed, serene environment as customers enter at ground level. In this space, shoppers can unwind underneath the Douglas and Bec Bubble Chandelier with a refreshing tea and browse the handmade beauty products on display, or travel down the warmly lit corridor to receive a restorative facial within one of the two the tranquil oak finished treatment rooms.

The second floor continues this cohesive design, housing a relaxed kitchenette and breakout space filled with beanbags and iconic Hans Wegner CH25 chairs, all enclosed by a second elongated curved wall. Jardan furniture allows for beautiful Australian design to be showcased with the office area, while employees can work at the 3 open workstations or within the enclosed brass framed glass partitioned workspace.

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: FF&E Schedule

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: FF&E Schedule

The soap and skincare product retailer, Cleanse By Hepzabeth, is located at 47 George Street in Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks. The premises is on Levels 1 & 2 of Bay 1 of the heritage listed Union Bond Store.

Union Bond Store is a Victorian Regency warehouse built circa 1840 and was designed by notable architect John Bibb. This simple 3 storey sandstone building demonstrates Sydney's early to mid nineteenth century architectural character with horizontal string courses and deeply recessed windows. 

For this project, the client required a new fit-out and design over the two floors, which had to embody the company's environmentally focused image. The concept had to provide an accessible cafe and retail space, showcasing their beautiful handmade skincare products, soaps and candles on the ground floor, and an office for 11 employees on the second floor with one permanent workstation, a kitchenette, and a breakout space .

The final design is an inviting space that sells both handcrafted products and a lifestyle. Subtle line and form and natural materials united with light create significant impact, contrasting against this wonderful, historic building. An oversized organic form, finished in bright white stucco, establishes an enclosed, serene environment as customers enter at ground level. In this space, shoppers can unwind underneath the Douglas and Bec Bubble Chandelier with a refreshing tea and browse the handmade beauty products on display, or travel down the warmly lit corridor to receive a restorative facial within one of the two the tranquil oak finished treatment rooms.

The second floor continues this cohesive design, housing a relaxed kitchenette and breakout space filled with beanbags and iconic Hans Wegner CH25 chairs, all enclosed by a second elongated curved wall. Jardan furniture allows for beautiful Australian design to be showcased with the office area, while employees can work at the 3 open workstations or within the enclosed brass framed glass partitioned workspace.

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: FF&E Schedule

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: FF&E Schedule

The soap and skincare product retailer, Cleanse By Hepzabeth, is located at 47 George Street in Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks. The premises is on Levels 1 & 2 of Bay 1 of the heritage listed Union Bond Store.

Union Bond Store is a Victorian Regency warehouse built circa 1840 and was designed by notable architect John Bibb. This simple 3 storey sandstone building demonstrates Sydney's early to mid nineteenth century architectural character with horizontal string courses and deeply recessed windows. 

For this project, the client required a new fit-out and design over the two floors, which had to embody the company's environmentally focused image. The concept had to provide an accessible cafe and retail space, showcasing their beautiful handmade skincare products, soaps and candles on the ground floor, and an office for 11 employees on the second floor with one permanent workstation, a kitchenette, and a breakout space .

The final design is an inviting space that sells both handcrafted products and a lifestyle. Subtle line and form and natural materials united with light create significant impact, contrasting against this wonderful, historic building. An oversized organic form, finished in bright white stucco, establishes an enclosed, serene environment as customers enter at ground level. In this space, shoppers can unwind underneath the Douglas and Bec Bubble Chandelier with a refreshing tea and browse the handmade beauty products on display, or travel down the warmly lit corridor to receive a restorative facial within one of the two the tranquil oak finished treatment rooms.

The second floor continues this cohesive design, housing a relaxed kitchenette and breakout space filled with beanbags and iconic Hans Wegner CH25 chairs, all enclosed by a second elongated curved wall. Jardan furniture allows for beautiful Australian design to be showcased with the office area, while employees can work at the 3 open workstations or within the enclosed brass framed glass partitioned workspace.

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: FF&E Schedule

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: FF&E Schedule

The soap and skincare product retailer, Cleanse By Hepzabeth, is located at 47 George Street in Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks. The premises is on Levels 1 & 2 of Bay 1 of the heritage listed Union Bond Store.

Union Bond Store is a Victorian Regency warehouse built circa 1840 and was designed by notable architect John Bibb. This simple 3 storey sandstone building demonstrates Sydney's early to mid nineteenth century architectural character with horizontal string courses and deeply recessed windows. 

For this project, the client required a new fit-out and design over the two floors, which had to embody the company's environmentally focused image. The concept had to provide an accessible cafe and retail space, showcasing their beautiful handmade skincare products, soaps and candles on the ground floor, and an office for 11 employees on the second floor with one permanent workstation, a kitchenette, and a breakout space .

The final design is an inviting space that sells both handcrafted products and a lifestyle. Subtle line and form and natural materials united with light create significant impact, contrasting against this wonderful, historic building. An oversized organic form, finished in bright white stucco, establishes an enclosed, serene environment as customers enter at ground level. In this space, shoppers can unwind underneath the Douglas and Bec Bubble Chandelier with a refreshing tea and browse the handmade beauty products on display, or travel down the warmly lit corridor to receive a restorative facial within one of the two the tranquil oak finished treatment rooms.

The second floor continues this cohesive design, housing a relaxed kitchenette and breakout space filled with beanbags and iconic Hans Wegner CH25 chairs, all enclosed by a second elongated curved wall. Jardan furniture allows for beautiful Australian design to be showcased with the office area, while employees can work at the 3 open workstations or within the enclosed brass framed glass partitioned workspace.

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: FF&E Schedule

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: FF&E Schedule

The soap and skincare product retailer, Cleanse By Hepzabeth, is located at 47 George Street in Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks. The premises is on Levels 1 & 2 of Bay 1 of the heritage listed Union Bond Store.

Union Bond Store is a Victorian Regency warehouse built circa 1840 and was designed by notable architect John Bibb. This simple 3 storey sandstone building demonstrates Sydney's early to mid nineteenth century architectural character with horizontal string courses and deeply recessed windows. 

For this project, the client required a new fit-out and design over the two floors, which had to embody the company's environmentally focused image. The concept had to provide an accessible cafe and retail space, showcasing their beautiful handmade skincare products, soaps and candles on the ground floor, and an office for 11 employees on the second floor with one permanent workstation, a kitchenette, and a breakout space .

The final design is an inviting space that sells both handcrafted products and a lifestyle. Subtle line and form and natural materials united with light create significant impact, contrasting against this wonderful, historic building. An oversized organic form, finished in bright white stucco, establishes an enclosed, serene environment as customers enter at ground level. In this space, shoppers can unwind underneath the Douglas and Bec Bubble Chandelier with a refreshing tea and browse the handmade beauty products on display, or travel down the warmly lit corridor to receive a restorative facial within one of the two the tranquil oak finished treatment rooms.

The second floor continues this cohesive design, housing a relaxed kitchenette and breakout space filled with beanbags and iconic Hans Wegner CH25 chairs, all enclosed by a second elongated curved wall. Jardan furniture allows for beautiful Australian design to be showcased with the office area, while employees can work at the 3 open workstations or within the enclosed brass framed glass partitioned workspace.

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: FF&E Schedule

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: FF&E Schedule

The soap and skincare product retailer, Cleanse By Hepzabeth, is located at 47 George Street in Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks. The premises is on Levels 1 & 2 of Bay 1 of the heritage listed Union Bond Store.

Union Bond Store is a Victorian Regency warehouse built circa 1840 and was designed by notable architect John Bibb. This simple 3 storey sandstone building demonstrates Sydney's early to mid nineteenth century architectural character with horizontal string courses and deeply recessed windows. 

For this project, the client required a new fit-out and design over the two floors, which had to embody the company's environmentally focused image. The concept had to provide an accessible cafe and retail space, showcasing their beautiful handmade skincare products, soaps and candles on the ground floor, and an office for 11 employees on the second floor with one permanent workstation, a kitchenette, and a breakout space .

The final design is an inviting space that sells both handcrafted products and a lifestyle. Subtle line and form and natural materials united with light create significant impact, contrasting against this wonderful, historic building. An oversized organic form, finished in bright white stucco, establishes an enclosed, serene environment as customers enter at ground level. In this space, shoppers can unwind underneath the Douglas and Bec Bubble Chandelier with a refreshing tea and browse the handmade beauty products on display, or travel down the warmly lit corridor to receive a restorative facial within one of the two the tranquil oak finished treatment rooms.

The second floor continues this cohesive design, housing a relaxed kitchenette and breakout space filled with beanbags and iconic Hans Wegner CH25 chairs, all enclosed by a second elongated curved wall. Jardan furniture allows for beautiful Australian design to be showcased with the office area, while employees can work at the 3 open workstations or within the enclosed brass framed glass partitioned workspace.

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: FF&E Schedule

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: FF&E Schedule

The soap and skincare product retailer, Cleanse By Hepzabeth, is located at 47 George Street in Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks. The premises is on Levels 1 & 2 of Bay 1 of the heritage listed Union Bond Store.

Union Bond Store is a Victorian Regency warehouse built circa 1840 and was designed by notable architect John Bibb. This simple 3 storey sandstone building demonstrates Sydney's early to mid nineteenth century architectural character with horizontal string courses and deeply recessed windows. 

For this project, the client required a new fit-out and design over the two floors, which had to embody the company's environmentally focused image. The concept had to provide an accessible cafe and retail space, showcasing their beautiful handmade skincare products, soaps and candles on the ground floor, and an office for 11 employees on the second floor with one permanent workstation, a kitchenette, and a breakout space .

The final design is an inviting space that sells both handcrafted products and a lifestyle. Subtle line and form and natural materials united with light create significant impact, contrasting against this wonderful, historic building. An oversized organic form, finished in bright white stucco, establishes an enclosed, serene environment as customers enter at ground level. In this space, shoppers can unwind underneath the Douglas and Bec Bubble Chandelier with a refreshing tea and browse the handmade beauty products on display, or travel down the warmly lit corridor to receive a restorative facial within one of the two the tranquil oak finished treatment rooms.

The second floor continues this cohesive design, housing a relaxed kitchenette and breakout space filled with beanbags and iconic Hans Wegner CH25 chairs, all enclosed by a second elongated curved wall. Jardan furniture allows for beautiful Australian design to be showcased with the office area, while employees can work at the 3 open workstations or within the enclosed brass framed glass partitioned workspace.

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: FF&E Schedule

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: FF&E Schedule

The soap and skincare product retailer, Cleanse By Hepzabeth, is located at 47 George Street in Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks. The premises is on Levels 1 & 2 of Bay 1 of the heritage listed Union Bond Store.

Union Bond Store is a Victorian Regency warehouse built circa 1840 and was designed by notable architect John Bibb. This simple 3 storey sandstone building demonstrates Sydney's early to mid nineteenth century architectural character with horizontal string courses and deeply recessed windows. 

For this project, the client required a new fit-out and design over the two floors, which had to embody the company's environmentally focused image. The concept had to provide an accessible cafe and retail space, showcasing their beautiful handmade skincare products, soaps and candles on the ground floor, and an office for 11 employees on the second floor with one permanent workstation, a kitchenette, and a breakout space .

The final design is an inviting space that sells both handcrafted products and a lifestyle. Subtle line and form and natural materials united with light create significant impact, contrasting against this wonderful, historic building. An oversized organic form, finished in bright white stucco, establishes an enclosed, serene environment as customers enter at ground level. In this space, shoppers can unwind underneath the Douglas and Bec Bubble Chandelier with a refreshing tea and browse the handmade beauty products on display, or travel down the warmly lit corridor to receive a restorative facial within one of the two the tranquil oak finished treatment rooms.

The second floor continues this cohesive design, housing a relaxed kitchenette and breakout space filled with beanbags and iconic Hans Wegner CH25 chairs, all enclosed by a second elongated curved wall. Jardan furniture allows for beautiful Australian design to be showcased with the office area, while employees can work at the 3 open workstations or within the enclosed brass framed glass partitioned workspace.

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Documentation

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Documentation

The soap and skincare product retailer, Cleanse By Hepzabeth, is located at 47 George Street in Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks. The premises is on Levels 1 & 2 of Bay 1 of the heritage listed Union Bond Store.

Union Bond Store is a Victorian Regency warehouse built circa 1840 and was designed by notable architect John Bibb. This simple 3 storey sandstone building demonstrates Sydney's early to mid nineteenth century architectural character with horizontal string courses and deeply recessed windows. 

For this project, the client required a new fit-out and design over the two floors, which had to embody the company's environmentally focused image. The concept had to provide an accessible cafe and retail space, showcasing their beautiful handmade skincare products, soaps and candles on the ground floor, and an office for 11 employees on the second floor with one permanent workstation, a kitchenette, and a breakout space .

The final design is an inviting space that sells both handcrafted products and a lifestyle. Subtle line and form and natural materials united with light create significant impact, contrasting against this wonderful, historic building. An oversized organic form, finished in bright white stucco, establishes an enclosed, serene environment as customers enter at ground level. In this space, shoppers can unwind underneath the Douglas and Bec Bubble Chandelier with a refreshing tea and browse the handmade beauty products on display, or travel down the warmly lit corridor to receive a restorative facial within one of the two the tranquil oak finished treatment rooms.

The second floor continues this cohesive design, housing a relaxed kitchenette and breakout space filled with beanbags and iconic Hans Wegner CH25 chairs, all enclosed by a second elongated curved wall. Jardan furniture allows for beautiful Australian design to be showcased with the office area, while employees can work at the 3 open workstations or within the enclosed brass framed glass partitioned workspace.

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Documentation

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Documentation

The soap and skincare product retailer, Cleanse By Hepzabeth, is located at 47 George Street in Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks. The premises is on Levels 1 & 2 of Bay 1 of the heritage listed Union Bond Store.

Union Bond Store is a Victorian Regency warehouse built circa 1840 and was designed by notable architect John Bibb. This simple 3 storey sandstone building demonstrates Sydney's early to mid nineteenth century architectural character with horizontal string courses and deeply recessed windows. 

For this project, the client required a new fit-out and design over the two floors, which had to embody the company's environmentally focused image. The concept had to provide an accessible cafe and retail space, showcasing their beautiful handmade skincare products, soaps and candles on the ground floor, and an office for 11 employees on the second floor with one permanent workstation, a kitchenette, and a breakout space .

The final design is an inviting space that sells both handcrafted products and a lifestyle. Subtle line and form and natural materials united with light create significant impact, contrasting against this wonderful, historic building. An oversized organic form, finished in bright white stucco, establishes an enclosed, serene environment as customers enter at ground level. In this space, shoppers can unwind underneath the Douglas and Bec Bubble Chandelier with a refreshing tea and browse the handmade beauty products on display, or travel down the warmly lit corridor to receive a restorative facial within one of the two the tranquil oak finished treatment rooms.

The second floor continues this cohesive design, housing a relaxed kitchenette and breakout space filled with beanbags and iconic Hans Wegner CH25 chairs, all enclosed by a second elongated curved wall. Jardan furniture allows for beautiful Australian design to be showcased with the office area, while employees can work at the 3 open workstations or within the enclosed brass framed glass partitioned workspace.

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Documentation

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Documentation

The soap and skincare product retailer, Cleanse By Hepzabeth, is located at 47 George Street in Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks. The premises is on Levels 1 & 2 of Bay 1 of the heritage listed Union Bond Store.

Union Bond Store is a Victorian Regency warehouse built circa 1840 and was designed by notable architect John Bibb. This simple 3 storey sandstone building demonstrates Sydney's early to mid nineteenth century architectural character with horizontal string courses and deeply recessed windows. 

For this project, the client required a new fit-out and design over the two floors, which had to embody the company's environmentally focused image. The concept had to provide an accessible cafe and retail space, showcasing their beautiful handmade skincare products, soaps and candles on the ground floor, and an office for 11 employees on the second floor with one permanent workstation, a kitchenette, and a breakout space .

The final design is an inviting space that sells both handcrafted products and a lifestyle. Subtle line and form and natural materials united with light create significant impact, contrasting against this wonderful, historic building. An oversized organic form, finished in bright white stucco, establishes an enclosed, serene environment as customers enter at ground level. In this space, shoppers can unwind underneath the Douglas and Bec Bubble Chandelier with a refreshing tea and browse the handmade beauty products on display, or travel down the warmly lit corridor to receive a restorative facial within one of the two the tranquil oak finished treatment rooms.

The second floor continues this cohesive design, housing a relaxed kitchenette and breakout space filled with beanbags and iconic Hans Wegner CH25 chairs, all enclosed by a second elongated curved wall. Jardan furniture allows for beautiful Australian design to be showcased with the office area, while employees can work at the 3 open workstations or within the enclosed brass framed glass partitioned workspace.

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Documentation

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Documentation

The soap and skincare product retailer, Cleanse By Hepzabeth, is located at 47 George Street in Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks. The premises is on Levels 1 & 2 of Bay 1 of the heritage listed Union Bond Store.

Union Bond Store is a Victorian Regency warehouse built circa 1840 and was designed by notable architect John Bibb. This simple 3 storey sandstone building demonstrates Sydney's early to mid nineteenth century architectural character with horizontal string courses and deeply recessed windows. 

For this project, the client required a new fit-out and design over the two floors, which had to embody the company's environmentally focused image. The concept had to provide an accessible cafe and retail space, showcasing their beautiful handmade skincare products, soaps and candles on the ground floor, and an office for 11 employees on the second floor with one permanent workstation, a kitchenette, and a breakout space .

The final design is an inviting space that sells both handcrafted products and a lifestyle. Subtle line and form and natural materials united with light create significant impact, contrasting against this wonderful, historic building. An oversized organic form, finished in bright white stucco, establishes an enclosed, serene environment as customers enter at ground level. In this space, shoppers can unwind underneath the Douglas and Bec Bubble Chandelier with a refreshing tea and browse the handmade beauty products on display, or travel down the warmly lit corridor to receive a restorative facial within one of the two the tranquil oak finished treatment rooms.

The second floor continues this cohesive design, housing a relaxed kitchenette and breakout space filled with beanbags and iconic Hans Wegner CH25 chairs, all enclosed by a second elongated curved wall. Jardan furniture allows for beautiful Australian design to be showcased with the office area, while employees can work at the 3 open workstations or within the enclosed brass framed glass partitioned workspace.

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Documentation

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Documentation

The soap and skincare product retailer, Cleanse By Hepzabeth, is located at 47 George Street in Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks. The premises is on Levels 1 & 2 of Bay 1 of the heritage listed Union Bond Store.

Union Bond Store is a Victorian Regency warehouse built circa 1840 and was designed by notable architect John Bibb. This simple 3 storey sandstone building demonstrates Sydney's early to mid nineteenth century architectural character with horizontal string courses and deeply recessed windows. 

For this project, the client required a new fit-out and design over the two floors, which had to embody the company's environmentally focused image. The concept had to provide an accessible cafe and retail space, showcasing their beautiful handmade skincare products, soaps and candles on the ground floor, and an office for 11 employees on the second floor with one permanent workstation, a kitchenette, and a breakout space .

The final design is an inviting space that sells both handcrafted products and a lifestyle. Subtle line and form and natural materials united with light create significant impact, contrasting against this wonderful, historic building. An oversized organic form, finished in bright white stucco, establishes an enclosed, serene environment as customers enter at ground level. In this space, shoppers can unwind underneath the Douglas and Bec Bubble Chandelier with a refreshing tea and browse the handmade beauty products on display, or travel down the warmly lit corridor to receive a restorative facial within one of the two the tranquil oak finished treatment rooms.

The second floor continues this cohesive design, housing a relaxed kitchenette and breakout space filled with beanbags and iconic Hans Wegner CH25 chairs, all enclosed by a second elongated curved wall. Jardan furniture allows for beautiful Australian design to be showcased with the office area, while employees can work at the 3 open workstations or within the enclosed brass framed glass partitioned workspace.

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Documentation

Cleanse By Hepzabeth: Documentation

The soap and skincare product retailer, Cleanse By Hepzabeth, is located at 47 George Street in Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks. The premises is on Levels 1 & 2 of Bay 1 of the heritage listed Union Bond Store.

Union Bond Store is a Victorian Regency warehouse built circa 1840 and was designed by notable architect John Bibb. This simple 3 storey sandstone building demonstrates Sydney's early to mid nineteenth century architectural character with horizontal string courses and deeply recessed windows. 

For this project, the client required a new fit-out and design over the two floors, which had to embody the company's environmentally focused image. The concept had to provide an accessible cafe and retail space, showcasing their beautiful handmade skincare products, soaps and candles on the ground floor, and an office for 11 employees on the second floor with one permanent workstation, a kitchenette, and a breakout space .

The final design is an inviting space that sells both handcrafted products and a lifestyle. Subtle line and form and natural materials united with light create significant impact, contrasting against this wonderful, historic building. An oversized organic form, finished in bright white stucco, establishes an enclosed, serene environment as customers enter at ground level. In this space, shoppers can unwind underneath the Douglas and Bec Bubble Chandelier with a refreshing tea and browse the handmade beauty products on display, or travel down the warmly lit corridor to receive a restorative facial within one of the two the tranquil oak finished treatment rooms.

The second floor continues this cohesive design, housing a relaxed kitchenette and breakout space filled with beanbags and iconic Hans Wegner CH25 chairs, all enclosed by a second elongated curved wall. Jardan furniture allows for beautiful Australian design to be showcased with the office area, while employees can work at the 3 open workstations or within the enclosed brass framed glass partitioned workspace.