PwC has unveiled its new offices in Barangaroo, Sydney with four entire floors dedicated to working with clients, all aimed at creating an exceptional end-to-end client experience and a futurist hub for innovation and co-creation. Designed by Futurespace, the design of the four floors, known as the Client Collaboration Floors, is a bold move by PwC, highlighting its evolution to innovate and collaborate the way clients want to work.
Managing Director of Futurespace, Angela Ferguson said: “These new client spaces put PwC so far ahead of the curve when it comes to how business will be done in the future. The role of physical space in facilitating both virtual and face-to-face connection cannot be underestimated, particularly when it comes to client relationships. Because of this we will begin to see more emphasis placed on client spaces within the office environment, and the role they play in co-creation, creating new staff and client connections and cementing important business and community relationships.”
“The underlying goal of this project was to create interactive spaces where PwC clients and people could come together to solve important problems, innovate and create new ideas. The architecture blends intuitively with technology to create an unparalleled client experience not seen anywhere else in the world,” said Ms Ferguson.
Story by Richard Misso
Images by Nicole England Photographer