Inside PR queen Roxy Jacenko's $1.4 million 'dream office' [Video]

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By Daily Mail Australia Reporter Published: 20:31 EDT, 21 March 2018 | Updated: 21:10 EDT, 21 March 2018 She bought the building three years ago with plans for it to be an "investment or development space".But after being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2016, Roxy Jacenko decided to turn her...

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She bought the building three years ago with plans for it to be an ‘investment or development space’.

But after being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2016, Roxy Jacenko decided to turn her spacious Paddington property into a $1.4 million ‘dream office’.

The 37-year-old spoke with MyDomaine on Wednesday about the location’s exquisite makeover, where her Sweaty Betty PR and Ministry Of Talent brands are based.

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Making moves: After being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2016, Roxy Jacenko decided to turn her spacious Paddington property into a $1.4 million 'dream office'

Making moves: After being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2016, Roxy Jacenko decided to turn her spacious Paddington property into a $1.4 million 'dream office'

Making moves: After being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2016, Roxy Jacenko decided to turn her spacious Paddington property into a $1.4 million ‘dream office’

Roxy worked alongside SJB Architects, interior designers Blainey North and Annie Wilkes Design for the space’s front entry, boardroom, garden and her personal office.

‘As we were involved in every single element of the construction, right down to the lighting in the hair and makeup room it’s the dream office,’ she enthused.

‘It’s been customised to ensure that everything about it fits our requirements,’ she added.

Change of plans: She bought the building three years ago with plans for it to be an 'investment or development space'

Change of plans: She bought the building three years ago with plans for it to be an 'investment or development space'

Change of plans: She bought the building three years ago with plans for it to be an ‘investment or development space’

'As we were involved in every single element of the construction, right down to the lighting in the hair and makeup room it’s the dream office,' she enthused

'As we were involved in every single element of the construction, right down to the lighting in the hair and makeup room it’s the dream office,' she enthused

‘As we were involved in every single element of the construction, right down to the lighting in the hair and makeup room it’s the dream office,’ she enthused

Team work: Roxy worked alongside SJB Architects, interior designers Blainey North and Annie Wilkes Design for the space's front entry, boardroom, garden and her personal office

Team work: Roxy worked alongside SJB Architects, interior designers Blainey North and Annie Wilkes Design for the space's front entry, boardroom, garden and her personal office

Team work: Roxy worked alongside SJB Architects, interior designers Blainey North and Annie Wilkes Design for the space’s front entry, boardroom, garden and her personal office

'It's been customised to ensure that everything about it fits our requirements,' she added

'It's been customised to ensure that everything about it fits our requirements,' she added

‘It’s been customised to ensure that everything about it fits our requirements,’ she added

According to reports, the mother of two spent $1.4 million to fit out the building during the year following her cancer diagnosis and husband Oliver Curtis’ jail time.

Since moving from her previous digs at Double Bay, the office space has been vandalised three times.

In July last year, it was pelted with eggs and covered in paint in an episode a NSW Police Force spokesperson called a ‘malicious damage incident’.

Expensive taste: According to reports, the mother of two spent $1.4 million to fit out the building during the year following her cancer diagnosis and husband Oliver Curtis’ jail time

Expensive taste: According to reports, the mother of two spent $1.4 million to fit out the building during the year following her cancer diagnosis and husband Oliver Curtis’ jail time

Expensive taste: According to reports, the mother of two spent $1.4 million to fit out the building during the year following her cancer diagnosis and husband Oliver Curtis’ jail time

Target: Since moving from her previous digs at Double Bay, the office space has been vandalised three times

Target: Since moving from her previous digs at Double Bay, the office space has been vandalised three times

Target: Since moving from her previous digs at Double Bay, the office space has been vandalised three times

Attack: In July last year, it was pelted with eggs and covered in paint in an episode a NSW Police Force spokesperson called a 'malicious damage incident'

Attack: In July last year, it was pelted with eggs and covered in paint in an episode a NSW Police Force spokesperson called a 'malicious damage incident'

Attack: In July last year, it was pelted with eggs and covered in paint in an episode a NSW Police Force spokesperson called a ‘malicious damage incident’

‘All of my Sweaty Betty PR and Ministry of Talent team are okay following the incident — we are a resilient bunch,’ she told The Daily Telegraph at the time.

‘It’s business as usual and we will be working with the Police using the footage and evidence that has been collated,’ she continued.

The high-profile entrepreneur often uses Instagram to showcase her workers being treated to privileges including teeth whitening, complimentary lunches and more.

Luxe: The high-profile entrepreneur often uses Instagram to showcase her workers being treated to privileges including teeth whitening, complimentary lunches and more

Luxe: The high-profile entrepreneur often uses Instagram to showcase her workers being treated to privileges including teeth whitening, complimentary lunches and more

Luxe: The high-profile entrepreneur often uses Instagram to showcase her workers being treated to privileges including teeth whitening, complimentary lunches and more

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