Geyer have started the year with a win at the Retail Design Institute’s 43rd International Store Design Awards in New York for the Telstra ‘Store of the Future’ project in Melbourne Central. The first quarter of 2014 also saw the progressive King & Wood Mallesons workplace in Perth come to completion and a number of new senior appointments across the company.
April 23rd, 2014
Telstra ‘Store of the Future’ project wins Retail Design Institute’s 43rd International Store Design Awards in New York.
Telstra engaged Geyer to design a ‘Store of the Future’ concept including new, defining customer and staff experiences. The concept has been implemented into the Melbourne Central Shopping Centre store and provides a live environment to test and further develop new initiatives as Geyer continue to support Telstra in their ongoing transformation.
King & Wood Mallesons invests in legal workplace of the future.
To achieve the true potential of activity based working, the approach must be finely tuned to the business and the people within it. Until recently, law firms have been lagging behind most other industries in the strategic use of space, in part because of some significant constraints on how legal spaces operate: confidentiality, status, the difficulty of eliminating paper and the fact that quiet working still represents the majority of most lawyer’s time have all impacted the development of legal workplace design.
King & Wood Mallesons has adopted a considered approach to activity based working within their new Perth office by Geyer to ensure the space supports the organisation’s strategic direction and desired culture. Read more.
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