This project involved the fit-out of the fifth and sixth floors of the building. The brief called for outstanding, functional design with fastidious execution. The architecture required for this project was needed to enhance and maintain the Dropbox culture. The spaces were to be clever and beautiful but also scaled to human appreciation, while being functional and stimulating, with freedom to be enjoyed by all of the Dropbox team.
Central to the client’s aspirations was the retention of the intimacy and connectivity between all staff members and work groups. Open plan workspaces were broken down to a more personalised scale and wrap around the perimeter of the floor plate and maximise daylight and views.
Full MEP services including A/C, ventilation, water services, drainage, lighting and emergency lighting, infrastructure for security, IT and AV, general services, power and construction monitoring.
Unique / Key Features
Workstations incorporate sit and stand benches which can be adjusted to any height and can also be rotated to provide the user with multiple work positions. This key feature meant close design and co-ordination of the power and data service presentation to the desk facilities. Close collaboration was required with the campus facilities team to ensure there was no disruption to other tenants within the building.