World leading satellite connectivity company for the Internet of Things (IoT), Myriota, have found a new home within Adelaide’s Innovation Neighbourhood at Lot Fourteen. A deliberately modern workplace interior sits within the generous heritage envelope of the McEwin Building which was built in the1940’s and served as the main Admissions Building for the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
In stark contrast to the highly technical and complex nature of Myriota’s business, the physical workplace has been designed to provide balance with a focus on simplicity and the notion of “keeping it real.”
The interior has been pared-back to provide an ideal backdrop to the colourful and dynamic space for Myriota. The fitout was driven by the desire to create an inspirational and progressive space for the Myriota team, an innovative workplace that breaks away from the traditional cellular based environment.
Utilising a calming and textured material palette, the space provides a comfortable environment whilst maintaining a professional identity that is responsive to Myriota’s values and objectives.
Carefully positioned spaces have been planned to allow for focused and individual tasks as well as collaborative spaces for teams to come together. The multi-purpose Innovation Centre includes retractable glazed walls and modular furniture which allows the space to be configured in a multitude of modes for Myriota to share ideas and interact with clients.
Targeting a 6 Star Green Star rating, this workplace offers a truly unique and connected environment within the city. With a seamless integration of technology and spaces to suit a variety of modes of working, this environment is well equipped to grow and adapt with Myriota as they continue to succeed into the future.