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Studio Bark team photo outdoors at Victoria Park

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Studio Bark's 9-Day Fortnight

We began trialling a 9-day fortnight in 2023 with great benefit to our team and our work. Every other Friday our office will be closed, as we take time off to refresh, revitalise and restrengthen.

Architecture has consistently been subject to a culture of long working hours. At Studio Bark, we have always rejected this, believing it is not necessary for thriving projects. Time away from the office can be equally enriching, providing perspective, energy, and wellbeing. Results have demonstrated that people get more done when they work fewer hours, and less done when they work more hours.

2024 Studio Bark office closure dates

  • January – 12th, 26th
  • February – 9th, 23rd
  • March – 8th, 22nd
  • April – 5th, 19th
  • May – 3rd, 17th, 31st
  • June – 14th, 28th
  • July – 12th, 26th
  • August – 9th, 23rd
  • September – 6th, 20th
  • October – 4th, 18th
  • November – 1st, 15th, 29th
  • December – 13th, 27th

What does this mean for us?

More time enables us to pursue our personal endeavours; from building boats to volunteering, travelling sustainably or practicing pottery. Or simply taking the time to get on top of life.

More time allows us to tend to our personal relationships; with families, friends and ourselves.

What does this mean for our work?

A healthy studio culture is inspiring to us, and the people we work with.

We have evaluated our internal processes to streamline our days, leaving time for beautiful, sustainability-led projects to emerge.

When our team is happy and refreshed, we have the additional capacity to focus on you and your project, and how we can bring exceptional design and wellbeing into your home.

Our client enjoying their new reading nook at Mill Lane