The architectural steel staircases in the Infosys fitout do more than connect the 3 floors; they connect the Infosys team!
In the heart of the Melbourne Quarter Precinct in Docklands, Infosys have recently relocated themselves amongst the hub of multidisciplinary sectors in the newly constructed Two Melbourne Quarter development. Positionioning itself as a workplace destination, the engaging and integrated tower of Two Melbourne Quarter has been designed by world-renowned architect Woods Bagot. It’s a sophisticated expression of contemporary architecture achieving a strong relationship with its heritage context.
Inside Infosys, the 9,200 square meters fitout project spans over four full floors plus a basement showcase space. Each floor takes on its own personality through form and function, optimizing the user experience and communicating the interwoven conceptual story of a high-tech landscape, contrasting and intersecting with bursts of natural landscape. In execution, the Infosys fitout is a fitting reflection and complement to the tower in which they are located with a multitude of task-specific spaces enabling choice and flexibility with how your people work, think, meet and collaborate.
Whilst the aesthetic varies over the levels, there is a strong connection both physically and holistically between each level through visual connection of architectural lines, form and finishes. The new steel staircases created by Active Metal between three of the levels create a vertical connectivity, to encourage movement over the levels and to promote interactions between the team.
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Infosys Melbourne – Steel Staircases
Work Completed by Active Metal
Structural steel support beams, fabrication, delivery and installation of steel staircase structures, mesh stair balustrade, mesh void balustrading, stainless steel handrails to stairs, vinyl tread linings, paint & powdercoat finishes, gyprock soffit linings, nosings and tactile indicators