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Our Work

Design Partnership's global expertise and unique understanding of design for behaviour has created projects that not only respect the cultures and regions where they live but also enrich the quality of participation and experience of all its users.



Restaurant & Bar Design

Restaurants are highly emotional spaces. It’s the only form of design that plays on all the 5 human senses of sight, sound, touch, taste and smell. Understanding and framing all those senses will almost always result in highly stimulating and successful environments. Deciding where to eat is after all seldom just about the food. It’s about choosing the entire experience. Choosing one restaurant over another therefore all comes down to the design. Designing a successful restaurant in turn all comes down to respecting and successfully framing the 5 senses.


Hotel & Leisure Design

The best hotel spaces should be designed in such a way so as to have an air of familiarity in order to succeed in being welcoming. It doesn’t need to be foreign to be unique. There should also be a sense of secrecy, luxury and fantasy. Above all, a sense of reassurance. A hotel is never just a place to lay your head.


Workplace Design

Workplace behaviors are highly unique. Designing an office space for a marketing team is not the same as designing an office space for a law firm. Ceiling heights for example affects thinking style.  High ceilings are conducive for abstract or creative thought. Low ceilings promote detail driven tasks. Longer hours means that offices need to address both workplace and personal needs. Workplace interaction as well as social interaction leads to more successful collaboration. A general awareness and focus of these needs and of wellbeing promotes employee satisfaction and employee satisfaction in turn is good for people and good for business.



Architecture is not just about constructing buildings, but it is also an art that can influence human behaviour. It involves creating spaces that promote specific actions, emotions, and interactions, enhancing the quality of life of the people who use them.
Designing for human behaviour is a crucial aspect of architecture that focuses on understanding how people interact with their surroundings. It involves using psychology and sociology to create spaces that are functional, efficient, and enjoyable to use. This approach to architecture takes into account the needs, desires, and behaviors of the people who will occupy the space and designs it accordingly.

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