With an existing administrative office occupying valuable floor space in a prime location, Campbelltown Catholic Club was seeking to reconfigure this area to allow for space for new restaurant and bar facilities. The challenge was determining a suitable location that afforded excellent connectivity to the Club, and more specifically, aligned with the longer-term master plan.
Taking the opportunity to reconsider their administrative functions, the Club worked collaboratively with Scott Carver to explore a new model, based around a workspace which offered a more amenable environment to the employees while allowing for future flexibility. Through the use of colour and light, the office provides alternative workspaces to suit a variety needs and working styles.
Current thinking in workspace wellbeing was adopted through the use of adjustable desks, the provision of indoor/outdoor breakout space, natural light, glare control and amenities including a shower and locker area. Formal areas include the CEO office and amenities, Board Room plus smaller meeting rooms and reception. The focal point of the new facility is the breakout space, which provides a vibrant destination for gathering and refreshment, contributing to a workspace the Club can be proud of.
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An extension was proposed to stretch over the existing loading dock and provide tailored administration facilities with future growth potential; a location which allowed clear and functional spaces, creating a dynamic new building typology that provides a refreshed visual presence to the Club on Narellan Road.