||||||||An inviting staircase tumbles down the building, linking staff ‘neighbourhoods’|Plentiful natural light was a key part of a brief that sought to maximise wellbeing|With the soaring staircase above, the ground floor acts as a social plaza for all staff|Settings were designed in response to a overall brief from consultants Veldhoen|Illuminated joinery boxes populate an area of meeting tables|There are no fixed desks or offices, only different settings for individual or group work|In time the facade will teem with greenery from the 520 planters on the curtain wall||
18 Feb 2015

Hassell creates Medibank’s Melbourne HQ

Words by Hugh Metcalf

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