RobertsDay is an international planning, design and place making practice with offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Jakarta.
Following its philosophy of creating great places, RobertsDay appointed Post-Architecture, the design practice of the 2015 National Emerging Architect Nic Brunsdon, to design the fit-out of its new office in the historic Homeric House.
Originally built by Watson’s Whisky Company, the building was purchased by Adams Motors Limited prior to its completion in 1923. First known as Overland House, its three floors housed Adam’s assembly and sales operations for many years. RobertsDay occupies the upper level that used to be the storage and assembly room of Adam’s range of Fiat, Overland and Willys-Knight vehicles.