Archive for the ‘City Scapes’ Category
Working with what we have.

The vast majority of the workplaces will have to be developed in existing buildings with predominately existing furniture supplemented by affordable new technology, such as ‘bring your own devices’ (where the user will increasingly pay for their own device) and cloud computing (e.g. Google Apps).  We are just beginning to see the first of these […]

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An anthropological explanation?

The CBD of Sydney has often struggled to provide the type of buildings preferred by global financial services firms due to its planning origins and typically small sites.  There is no absolute in terms of a precise ideal size, but typical tenant briefs are for between 1500 sqm and 3000 sqm for tower floors and […]

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The Australasian workplace?

In the new age, innovation can come from anywhere and Australasia seems to be one of the places where the workplace is evolving rapidly.  The latest projects here are pushing ahead from the activity worksetting models developed in the 1990s and first piloted here in 2002, and starting to look at hybrid solutions, highly tuned […]

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Atlassian: Anchor Tenant

04/03

The Urban Developer’s Dinah Lewis Boucher has published an article on Atlassian’s in-principle agreement with the New South Wales government to become an anchor tenant at Sydney’s...

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INDE.Awards 2019

13/02

James Calder was honoured to be selected as a judge on the panel of Indesign Media Asia Pacific’s 2019 INDE.Awards, a premier design awards program...

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Woman of the Future

18/12

It was with much interest that the Calder Consultants team read an article shared by the BBC on the professional life, and passing, of 1970’s...

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Calder Paper: Agile Working

25/09

Calder Consultants is pleased to announce the release of the first part of its latest paper, ‘The History and Future of Agile Working – Part 1:...

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