“The immersive customer-themed meeting rooms were brought to life to showcase the broad range of companies Safety Culture works with”
Ever booked a meeting at a Coles supermarket? How about in the quiet carriage of a Sydney Train?
In the spirit of always celebrating their customers, global tech organisation Safety Culture enlisted Alfred to design 10 meeting rooms for their new Surry Hills headquarters in Sydney, each in a different style reflecting their clients’ workplaces.
The immersive customer-themed meeting rooms were brought to life to showcase the broad range of companies Safety Culture works with, from Coles and Transport NSW to Cathay Pacific, Toyota, IKEA and Krispy Kreme, while transporting staff and guests into the everyday environments their clients work from. Each room offers a unique experience, a great reminder to all of the company’s mission to create a better workplace for their customers.
“We’ve built a new home that is uniquely SafetyCulture, customer centric and a really motivating place to work. The space is a partnership with the City of Sydney Council, leading workplace and set designers, living infrastructure specialists and a local artist. We’re proud that the building gives back to the community and inspires our team,” said Luke Anear, Founder and CEO of SafetyCulture.