BUNZL

Building Type: Workplace

Completion: 2017

Suburb: Melbourne

Area: 2000m2

Project Type: Strategic and functional briefing and office fitout design

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Interior Flow worked with Bunzl to create a workplace that articulated a warmth within the interiors to reflect the character and culture of the organisation.

Bunzl are a leading specialist distribution group supplying a broad range of non-food consumable products and have 52 locations across Australia and New Zealand, employing over 1100 employees.

Interior Flow were commissioned by Clarity Interiors to complete the colour and furniture selections for the new Melbourne headquarters of the administration building for Bunzl Outsourcing Services Ltd. Bunzl realised the value add that Interior Flow could bring to their new office design and were engaged on the clients behalf to co-ordinate with the Architects on the project Watson and Young to re-design the workplace layout to suit their company’s functional requirements. Interior Flow conducted a thorough briefing with staff user groups to gain an understanding of their company’s internal structure to provide a cohesive spatially planned design for now and into the future.

Overall, user experience was in mind for the design, marrying a residential and commercial palate throughout the fitout. Making the working environment a comfortable user experience whilst best utilising the office views of hay paddocks from every location. Circulation in the office promotes interconnectivity of administration and warehouse staff with a large communal breakout area and smaller interactive communal tea points for both informal meetings and staff gatherings.