The next generation of Carr’s collaboration with top tier Global Consulting Firm led to the redefinition of how they occupied and interacted with their workspace.
Existing low utilisation and occupancy levels of their work environment, averaging 40%, coupled with unique and varying modes of working resulted in the decision to adopt a ‘free address’ activity based work model.
Carr worked closely with the Client to navigate the impacts of this change and engage the wider team in the process.
The resulting environment is a series of identifiable ‘villages’ equipped with a diversity of purpose designed spaces that support their dynamic work styles.
In the heart of Sydney’s CBD is a striking new work environment that reflects the communal and professional ethos of a top global consulting firm.
Located in the iconic Governor Phillip Tower, the brief called for a series of contemporary, democratic and visually enticing spaces that were flexible and technologically equipped.
After extensive consultation and research, Carr encouraged the organisation to adopt an activity based working model, which encourages a collaborative, creative environment with a much better use of space.
I think all references to Bain projects should be changed to Global Consulting firm as that way they are all tied together ie it is known that they are the one client. This needs to be changed on the website and all proposal templates.
Governor Phillip Tower is located within the first Government House site which is bounded by Bridge, Phillip, Bent and Young streets. The site contains heritage listed terrace housing along both Young and Phillip streets as well as the important remnants of the footings of both the original, and many extensions to, the first Government House. The brief called for a state of the art quality... More