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Working closely with key stakeholders, access consultants and our real world clients we've made accessibility a key focus in all of our designs and fitouts. We believe it's essential when designing a modern office fitout that it should serve everybody equally and be totally inclusive of the community as a whole.

Using insights gained over many years enables us to create unique stylish solutions for people with special needs who have to cope with real life access and mobility difficulties every day. We feel remaining flexible throughout the design and fitout process is the key to our success. Careful planning goes into every aspect of our fitouts to ensure they are accessible to all levels of mobility.

Complying with AS1428.1 2009 design for access and mobility is the minimum standard in Australia, but from our experience this is not enough. We know one solution doesn't fit all but it can be done so much better with a little thought and open discussion on what we can achieve with a given space.

Disability fitout

There are no challenges we can’t overcome through clever use of Australian made custom office furniture and joinery. Our reception desks contrast well in their surroundings and feature a set down section for wheelchair users. Other custom furniture options include kitchens, coffee and tea making facilities, boardroom furniture, offices desks and workstations. All designed to be used and accessible by the whole community without being conspicuous.

Using our spatial design software guarantees easy access to lifts with adequate passing spaces in passages and no non complaint dead end corridors. Our Light Reflectance Values (LRV) app ensures your door and wall colours are of the correct contrast ratio, while fitting in with your company culture.

We continue to evolve and adapt, taking full advantage of advances in technology.

We are committed to providing the highest levels of quality and service for people with disabilities. Delivering exceptional practical fitout solutions for all our community allowing people’s abilities to shine through, without being encumbered by lack of thought and impractical design in the workplace.


  • "Apex Executive Interiors did a great job on remodelling our space. They were very professional and took on board our needs and concerns for disability awareness at all times during the fitout process."

    Queenie Tran - General Manager
    Property and Assets
    Ability Options
  • "Apex Executive Interiors did a fantastic job in minimising any disruption to our business during the fitout period, most importantly, they ensured our staff were kept as safe as possible throughout the works. Their willingness to work with our tight time frames and operational constraints was commendable, and the quality of works was great. We cannot recommend them enough. "

    Trent Moran - Project Manager
  • "Stephen Parkins quickly took on board our focus for supporting older Australians and came up with a great design for our fitout. He worked with us from start to finish and beyond, in a standard I can only describe as simply professional. The results for ACS were one of excellence, completed within the time frame and the budget specified. I would definitely recommend Apex Executive Interiors as the people you can trust to complete your next project."

    Mira Sandre - Office Manager
    Aged & Community
    Services NSW & ACT
  • "We have been using Apex Executive Interiors for recent fitouts in the Sydney area. Stephen’s advice on design is always welcome and knowledge of current building regulations very helpful. I’m always happy to receive Apex’s competitive and detailed proposals including drawings and break downs. The quality of workmanship is of a high standard and has always been completed on time and on budget. I am more than happy to recommended Apex Executive Interiors. "

    Scott Ebbutt - Project Manager
    Development and Asset Management


  • What are the current regulations regarding access for people with disabilities?

    The current Australian Standard is AS1428.1 2009 design for access and mobility

  • We don’t have any people with disabilities in our office, does our new fitout need to comply?

    All new works to a commercial office or place of business must meet the current BCA (Building Codes Australia) and must therefore comply with AS 1428.1-2009 design for access and mobility.

  • Can you help us with complying to the regulations?

    Yes, we are specialists in designing and building office fitouts for people with disabilities. Case Study

  • Do we need a disabled access toilet in our office?

    Accessible WC and male and female ambulant facilities are required under the current BCA for new buildings or to be address when approving works under a Complying Development Certificates issued under the SEPP Code where alterations involves an area of more than 500m2of commercial premises, or an area of more than 1,000m2 of premises used for light industry or a warehouse or distribution centre or when the tenant is providing additional sanitary facilities and an accessible WC has not been previously provided to serve the floor.

  • Unit 17/12 Kendall Street
    Harris Park, Sydney
    NSW 2150 Australia

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About Us

We provide a fully integrated service specialising in large scale office fitouts and refurbishments. We deliver workplaces that reflect both functionality and good interior design at an affordable price.

  • Property evaluation
  • Office Interior design
  • Office fitout
  • Project management
  • Workplace optimisation
  • Bespoke Furniture
  • Activity Based Working (ABW)


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