Every workplace project has something memorable about it. The strong client bond established through hard lockdowns by way of trust, understanding, and humour made Robert Walters a unique project.
Located in the prestigious, newly revitalised Queen and Collins precinct, IA Design took inspiration from the Neo-Gothic architecture of the building, incorporating forms and subtle patterns throughout. The result was a warm and neutral environment with pops of colour from natural greenery and soft tonal shifts, creating a gentle layering effect and a dynamic feel from differing neutral materials.
Large format writeable glass boards were integrated into the feature wall panelling in the workstation zones, and the teams use them daily. The work zone is bright and open, with a visual connection running the length of the floorplate. All workstations are sit-to-stand, and lockers are given to encourage employees to keep their desks clean. The back of house space contained internal meeting rooms, offices, and a phone nook, allowing personnel to keep the front of house zone free for external clients.
Robert Walter’s strong brand and reputation are portrayed in their new office as part of this project. It was a delight to help bring Robert Walter’s new workplace to life.