Archive for the ‘City Scapes’ Category
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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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Atlassian and Siren Design Award Win

07/09

Calder Consultants is delighted to congratulate Atlassian and Siren Design for their success in the Interior Design – Corporate and Commercial category in the 2017 Sydney...

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WORKTECH17 Berlin – Videos

06/09

Calder Consultants’ Andrea Egert, Senior Strategist, presented her session ‘Agile ≠ Agile’ at WORKTECH17 Berlin on 4 July 2017.  First tech firms, now corporates, the agile...

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Celgene, Gilbert + Tobin Shortlisted

21/08

The Calder Consultants team is proud to announce that Celgene’s recently completed workspace in Southbank, Melbourne, and Gilbert + Tobin’s Barangaroo, Sydney workspace have been...

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Mitsui Designtec Collaboration

12/07

Calder Consultants has established an exciting new joint venture with Japanese firm Mitsui Designtec Co Ltd, providing expert workplace strategy advisory services to the Tokyo-based business....

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