||||||||||The university cited Google’s innovative workplaces as a model for the Knowledge Dock|Oversized graphics in bold colours have made the 15-year-old building a more enticing place to visit|Students want quality facilities or they will move on, says Gensler|Graphics connect the two floors via the stairwell and used that visual language to differentiate floors|”It is not just about where you are located on a league table – it is about providing an adequate student experience”|The project was as much about connecting space as it was people|The project was as much about connecting space as it was people|Shared working spaces are distinctly businesslike in look|Colourful furniture tie in with the bold graphics||
03 Mar 2015

Gensler’s latest uni project draws on TMT office design

Words by James McLachlan

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