27 - Geyer

27 - Geyer

Geyer Office, Perth
Image: Evan Reeves

The Geyer Perth studio is on level 2 of the Atlas Building, a significant heritage building constructed during the Great Depression in the Inter-War Free Classical Style in 1930-1931 for the Atlas Assurance Company. In its day the facade demonstrated innovative design and a decorative use of materials including Wunderlich architectural terracotta. The building is a rare reminder of the period during the Great Depression when very few commercial buildings were constructed in Perth.

Until 1969, there was an imposing life size figure of Atlas supporting the globe crowning the building. Subsequently and due to ongoing maintenance issues the figure was removed permanently. The Atlas emblem can still be observed in some of the remaining door hardware throughout the building.  

Geyer relocated to the Atlas Building in 2009 after merging with the locally established practice Blake Thornton-Smith. The space was transformed in to a contemporary design studio complimentary of the building’s heritage and Geyer’s creative culture.

Geyer is a leading independent interior design practice that specialises in the development and implementation of design solutions for workplace, retail, hospitality and education environments. With a focus purely on interior environment consulting Geyer believes in making a difference to the people and communities around them through the innovative solutions they create and the clients they help to succeed.

Geyer is a leading independent interior design practice operating from 6 studios across the Asia Pacific.
Geyer is located at Level 2 of the Atlas Building completed in 1931 and designed by Architect F.G. B Hawkins.

Level 2, 8-10 The Esplanade, Perth (corner of Sherwood Court)

Nov 2
Saturday 10am - 5pm

Guided tour


Geyer was established in Melbourne, Victoria in 1977 and merged with local Western Australian design practice Blake Thornton-Smith in 2008. 

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Esplanade Station

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