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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5 Minutes with James Calder

03/07

5 Minutes with James Calder by Aleesha Callahan, IndesignLive – 19 June 2018 James Calder brings a sociological approach to workplace consulting, which is backed up...

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Article – Baker McKenzie

02/07

Baker McKenzie embraces the new order of office space By Carolyn Cummins, Sydney Morning Herald Photo: Nicole England Disrupting the look of a legal firm...

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WORKTECH18 Sydney – Video

20/06

On 21 March 2018 Calder Consultants’ Senior Strategist Andrea Egert joined Atlassian’s Nick Todd, Head of Workplace Experience Projects and Real Estate, at WORKTECH18 Sydney...

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WORKTECH18 Tokyo: Article

05/06

Japan’s low growth predicament – and what can be done about it   by Jeremy Myerson, WORKTECH Academy   The inaugural WORKTECH Tokyo conference set...

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