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March 15, 2024

Case Study: A spacious haven at Barangaroo

Embarking from a visionary inception to global prominence, Lendlease champions urban evolution. Teaming up with designers Alkimi, they commissioned Zenith’s furniture for Barangaroo's International Towers, epitomizing productivity and community connection in a captivating workspace.

March 10, 2022

Zenith outfits MC for flexibility and wellbeing

Zenith outfits New Zealand’s largest litigation firm with the flexible designs to enable the firm’s ‘working the way that works for you’ ethos.

May 6, 2019

When Sustainability and Flexibility Collide: Presenting Woodside

Sustainability and inclusive design may be an emerging trend that some corporate offices are just beginning to explore, but for Woodside’s new Perth headquarters, it’s an essential component. The new headquarters for the largest Australian natural gas producer, designed by Cox Architecture (base-building) and Unispace (interior fit out), sets a new standard for workplace design ...

May 16, 2018

From Cubicles to Collaboration: The Evolution of Workplace Design

"Over the course of the last century our workplaces have transformed beyond recognition. What were once spaces designed purely for function, the offices of today focus on leading edge technology, collaboration and community," says Bob Stewart, head of ZENITH's research and development. US engineer Frederick Taylor is credited as being one of the first people to ...

April 16, 2018

The Red Revolution: Red Energy by Carr Design Leaves a Distinct Mark on the Commercial Landscape

Is there anything as dynamic as a revolution? Rapid, rambunctious, and radical, revolutions are often over as swiftly as they begin, leaving behind a swirl of rubble to be rebuilt and rearranged into something new. In short: revolutions are great, but they can only last so long. Take, for example, the activity-based working (ABW) revolution. ...

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