Posts Tagged ‘workplace environment’

Activity based office by Gullstén-Inkinen Design & Architecture, Helsinki – Finland

February 9th, 2014

The working areas have a more neutral colour tone with an emphasis on acoustics. A set of quiet rooms were allocated near the open plan office to provide flexibility. The quiet rooms offer privacy, as well as a peaceful place for high concentration work.

John Holland’s office by futurespace, Melbourne

May 10th, 2013

futurespace designed John Holland’s workplace as a showcase to highlight the expertise of the construction giant. Materials were selected for their link to large scale construction and included stone flooring, timber screens, glazed walls, alucabond panelling and concrete panels. These materials have been used on a smaller scale and in a way more sympathetic to a workplace environment.

Isis Australian Offices by KANNFINCH, Melbourne

October 27th, 2012

In designing and planning the offices, KANNFINCH sought to ensure each office was not of the cookie cutter approach and that they would be suitable, functional and appropriate for their specific context and the people. The context and people influence the culture, behaviour, aspirations and business processes of each office.