Sa Bayley

Senior Interior Designer, DIA

B. Interior Design & Exhibition Design, Cert IV Applied Design (Product Design)

“Design is essentially the process of creative problem solving.”

Sa Bayley is a Senior Interior Designer with extensive experience across the multi-residential, aged care, retail and commercial sectors.

Sa describes interior design as being a process which is just as much about people as it is about materiality or spatial configuration. Listening and genuinely understanding client and user needs is key to landing on the right solution.

Sa’s strength lies in her creative approach to problem solving. She is curious and open minded. She takes a long term view, considering future challenges that could be avoided through early consideration. Sa is particularly passionate about the exploratory nature of the design process, which leads her to innovative design solutions that go beyond the brief and add value to the final project outcome.

Over the last decade Sa has keenly honed her knowledge of design and construction. Working hand in hand with ClarkeHopkinsClarke’s architectural team, she provides a comprehensive and holistic design service from a project’s conceptual inception through to its eventual realisation onsite.

Sa’s breadth of experience across a range of sectors combined with the strength of her conceptual thinking has made her an integral part of ClarkeHopkinsClarke’s dynamic interior design team.

Selected Work

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The Village Warralily

Armstrong Creek is an evolving masterplanned community located directly between Geelong and Barwon Heads. Its vision to become a vibrant, liveable and sustainable community is underpinned by the delivery of major infrastructure and services.

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Hepburn Hub

New plans for a community and cultural hub are now being realised, with work currently underway on a new cinema, library, cafe and retail spaces. Significantly, the building will also consolidate the region’s four council offices in a new collaborative and open plan space allowing for greater interactivity with the community they serve.