||||||||Democratising the harbour view|Workstations integrate cable-management systems to retain a clean aesthetic|Ansarada operates on a 24-hour work cycle so employees are provided with relaxation areas|The acoustic walls are used as pegboards for brainstorming|The concealed kitchen slides open and can cater for the 50-plus workforce|Swings add a playful element to the office|The office is purposefully left openplan to avoid the ‘little boxes’ syndrome||
06 Nov 2014

Cloud architecture for high-spec temporary HQ

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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