Activate Space is an interior, scenographic, and narrative design company that is 13 years old. Interior projects successfully completed include office fit-outs, hotels, learning institutions, laboratories, and private residences. In addition to this we have also completed a number of unique design projects which include a 5 star museum, numerous live performance pieces, a unique gift shop, and the curation and creation of a number of site specific artworks.
Activate Space offers the following design services :
• Interior, narrative and scenographic design services – from concept to installation.
• Furniture and cabinetry design and specification.
• Research to develop the visual and narrative context for architectural, interior, and live performance projects.
• Sourcing and replication of historical clothing, objects, and spaces.
• Procurement / buying services : compiling and managing large budgets and suppliers.
• Installation services – managing logistics of delivery and installation of design elements into the space.
• Creation, curation and commissioning of public sculpture, permanent and framed artwork – from concept design, to appointment, training, fabrication, and installation.
• Courtyard and patio greening – design and planting.
• Teaching of practical workshops focusing on theory and application of design principles and practice.
Lisa Younger is the director of Activate Space. She has 24 years of design experience, and has worked on numerous successful, large and small, interior and narrative design projects. She is resourceful, inventive, resilient, and humble to her craft. Her design work is conscious and collaborative, and accesses a community of skills, innovation and points of view, across the built environment, interior, and arts disciplines. These partnerships not only support the forming of new ideas, but also ensure the delivery of a better product. Because of this she is able to successfully interpret and design a wide range of unique projects. She looks forward to working with you on your next project!