UTS Facilities Management Unit

Collaboration, illumination

A creative integration of space and light.

BSA were the successful architectural practice in the invited tender process for the new office fit out for the Facilities Management Unit on level 19 of the iconic UTS Broadway tower. In addition to the provision of an open plan, two state-of-the-art meeting rooms equipped with audio visual and video conferencing facilities were provided as well as communal break out areas, hot desking and quiet rooms.

Working closely with Management and staff of the facility, BSA created an open plan office which provided a light-filled, transparent and dynamic studio-type environment that encouraged interaction and promoted collaboration between the 44 staff members. The space was configured with all communal areas located towards the central spine and the private work spaces positioned around the perimeter of the enclosing envelope. The perimeter facilities and detail design maximised the impact of the glazing, permitting welcome light penetration deep into the building core.

 

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