What is agile workspace design? According to CPrime, a specialist in agile training, the process can be seen as “a disciplined project management process that encourages frequent inspection and adaptation, a leadership philosophy that encourages teamwork, self-organization and accountability.” This means open spaces, self-driven workers, and a flexible environment. Here are top examples of agile workspace design done right:
Located in the Sydney Central Business District, the accommodation provides 5,400 square metres of a fully open work environment supporting a diverse range of work styles based on a detailed strategic accommodation brief.
For its new Sydney base, global pharmaceutical AstraZeneca adopted agile workspace design with the main aim of imbuing the office with a sense of community between teams and individuals. The space includes elements of democratic spatial design, ensuring that management is accessible to all employees.
UBT’s head office at Sydney’s Olympic Park brings the luxury of a boutique hotel to an agile workplace typology designed for networking and collaboration. Natural light and sightlines are maintained in meeting and utility rooms, lockers, quiet rooms, and support spaces.
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