Flexible and dynamic workspace with floating meeting rooms enriches working atmosphere and nurtures productivity

On behalf of the Macquarie Group, Clive Wilkinson Architects implemented a radical, large-scale workplace design in Sydney, Australia. The project is an effort to reframe the requirements and performance of the 21st Century office by leveraging mobility, transparency, multiple tailor-made work settings, destination work plazas, follow-me technology and carbon neutral systems.

Integrated with a base building design from Fitzpatrick and Partners and supported by executive architect Woods Bagot, both in Sydney, Clive Wilkinson Architects proposed a design solution that opens up the 10-story atrium vertically, showcasing cantilevered meeting pods that form a 'Meeting Tree' throughout the atrium.

floating meeting rooms

The rooms are made accessible via an open staircase which provides an animated vertical connection and links them all together. The visible energy of people circulating and interacting in the highly transparent atrium underscores Macquarie's revitalized brand as a forward-thinking and highly collaborative company.

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