Calder Consultants was thrilled to see the feature article in Indesign Issue 63 showcasing the new Melbourne workspace of clients Hall & Wilcox (full article can be viewed on the Calder Research and Articles page here).

The Calder team was honoured to work with Hall & Wilcox over a period of two years assisting with the translation of the legal practice’s business strategy into a innovative workplace strategy and design brief, culminating in the functional and inspiring space occupied by the practice in the South Tower of Melbourne’s Rialto development.

As mentioned in the ‘Suit Suite’ article, Calder team members James Calder, Andrea Egert, Kathryn Ellis, Samantha Morley and Emily Shannon worked closely with Hall & Wilcox Chief Operating Officer Sumith Perera and architects Woods Bagot throughout the design and implementation of the project, with Calder’s involvement incorporating due diligence, development of the workplace concept, space planning and test fits and change management services.

The resultant fitout provides Hall & Wilcox team members with a highly agile and digitally-enabled working environment offering a range of dynamic meeting, breakout, focused work setting and social spaces, with the central stair providing a greater sense of connectivity across the two floors, encouraging collaboration and engagement within the team.