Our Design Process

We design spaces that look breathtaking, feel effortless and work intuitively. Frankly, it’s what freedom demands.

Download our Design Process Specsheet below to learn more about how we build wordclass spaces.

Revit BIM Content

Five at Heart Revit families have been professionally developed at the highest standards for maximum performance and ease of use. Streamline your workflow, and provide accessible functionality to clients, with optimised performance, file size and documentation outputs in a Revit project environment.

Design Benchmarking

Determine the amount of bike parking spaces, lockers and showers you may need for your project, with our free bike and change room benchmarking calculator for commercial office buildings. Benchmark to:

  • WELLS and Fit Well
  • Your local Green Building Code
  • Local Town Planning requirement
  • Current Local Mode Share (w 30% room for growth)​

Standards & Planning Codes

The latest standards & codes, comprehensively compiled. When designing the perfect bike parking facility in Australia, it’s important to know the ins and outs of the AS 2890.3 (2015) – that is, the Australian Standard for Bike Parking Facilities.

Cycle Heart Rate

Analyse how your current or future end-of-trip facility measures up against global industry standards.

Getting a Cycle Heart Rating is simple: organise site access and/or share the facility’s design plan with a Five At Heart representative. We will then grade your facility on safety, security and overall usability by answering 70 carefully crafted questions. Easy as pie.

The Pocket Guide To: Bike Parking & Change Rooms

Architectural Design Guidelines

Our handy guide on best practices for bike room and change room facilities. Concepts of integrative street scapes, lobbies, accessibility, circulation, space planning, ratios and user amenity will be touched on.

Global Trends Report

The last couple of years have been heavily defined by a pandemic that has caused disruptions large and small to every major economy in the world.

We are beginning to witness how these disruptions are affecting transportation and real estate as social-distancing is becoming a new normal.