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Interior Design: Fujitsu

April 21, 2010

Fujitsu’s new facility brings together Fujitsu’s existing call centre operations from Fig Tree Drive, Homebush Bay as well as Pitt Street, Sydney. The key drivers for this project were to provide an environment that was extremely durable with a high level of amenity for the call centre team while at the same time being a […]

Fujitsu’s new facility brings together Fujitsu’s existing call centre operations from Fig Tree Drive, Homebush Bay as well as Pitt Street, Sydney. The key drivers for this project were to provide an environment that was extremely durable with a high level of amenity for the call centre team while at the same time being a cost-conscious, budget-driven fitout.

The overall design and concept includes:

* Use of the Fujitsu ‘red’ corporate colour to define the entry lobby at level 3. All elements in the entry lobby from flooring, lighting, framing, logo, walls etc are layers of this corporate colour
* Use of bright color “pods” as semi enclosed meeting and relaxation spaces within the open plan areas to break down the floor plate
* Café space as a destination for respite from the workplace

*Team:* Neil Walters (project leader), Karen Fairfax (designer), Ina Jenkins (designer), Gavin Harris (designer), Danial Nash (documentation)

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