Located in Melbourne's Docklands, 700 Bourke Street is a new flexible workplace for National Australia Bank with architecture, interior design and workplace consulting by Woods Bagot.
The total triangular floor plan of 75,000 square metre is positioned around a central, light-filled atrium and divided into eight zones each acting as separate hubs. Each of these zones are sub-divided into a series of spaces for social, shared, focused and learning environments that provide NAB with an opportunity to affect organisational change and achieve business efficiencies.
Working closely with Woods Bagot, Stylecraft was able to supply bespoke focus and meeting table solutions to suit the requirements of the unique and progressive flexible working environment.
With a strong focus on sustainable products and materials Stylecraft was able to provide a number of environmentally certified products within each work zone including training, breakout and loose furniture from brands such as ESO, Arper and Stylecraft’s own in-house collection.
The project has been awarded both an Victorian Commercial Architecture Award and Interior Architecture Award.