Located in Montreal between Windsor Station and the Bell Centre, La tour Deloitte was named for its anchor tenant. Deloitte occupies seven floors of the 24-floor, 514,000sqft building.
Deloitte’s office now offers more than 18 types of workspaces – a stark contrast to the standard three-workspace model of office, workstation and meeting room. Arney Fender Katsalidis’ design strategy focused on the creation of an agile workplace, which is a clear step away from the offices of traditional professional service firms and an innovative feature for the Canadian market. It allows Deloitte’s Montreal office to be an instrument of business, attracting talent, competing with contemporaries and enabling effective collaboration and relationship-building for staff and clients alike.
In addition to strategy and interior design work, Arney Fender Katsalidis contributed to several alterations of the base building design. Collaboration with the construction team and developer ensured that Deloitte benefited from maximum use of the building space and that architectural elements worked seamlessly with the innovative interior design. It was a joined up approach to architecture and interiors that ultimately has created a sophisticated and linked landscape for this workplace of the future.
Design: Arney Fender Katsalidis
Photography: James Brittain
Source: OfficeSnapsShos – Deloitte Offices – Montreal
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