Tyrone Branigan|Tyrone Branigan|Tyrone Branigan|Tyrone Branigan||Each floor used to have a theme, but no number – now they’ve got both|Quiet areas are at the edge of floorplates, with ‘active’ areas near the centre|Recycled panelling loosely references beach huts, on the ‘Beach’ level|Bamboo-enclosed rooms and lots of greenery in the oxygen-rich Zen Dens||
17 Apr 2013

MLC’s multi-faceted Sydney workspace

Words by Hugh Metcalf

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