NAB's main atrium that's open to its staff and clients|||||||The fourteen-storey building is far from domineering due to its triangulated facade|NAB’s main atrium that’s open to its staff and clients|Three ‘fissures’ lined with bright geometric patterns slice up the facade|Internal walkways break up the atrium space|Floorplates have eight zones, made for 50 workers and 100 drop-in staff|The triangular motif is repeated endlessly inside: here, in timber meeting pods||
20 Aug 2014

NAB Australia by Woods Bagot

Words by Hugh Metcalf

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