Reinvent the traditional workplace. behind the design of the headquarters of the Macquarie Bank of Sydney is the flexible working philosophy that is reflected in the adaptability of the total workspace. and must also be eco-friendly. for this building consists of several elements designed to emphasize cooperation and the welfare of workers. Architect Clive Wilkinson of the study CWA, who designed the futuristic structure, describes his work: “in part space station, part cathedral, part vertical village”, designed also to meet the highest standards of architecture LEED and green: it is able to reduce its energy consumption by up to 50%. this is a huge building built along a central shaft of light up to ten storeys, which attach clusters of individual or collective offices, meeting room or just space to get away and think the most interesting products go from here. in the sky overlooking the central atrium. around which are grafted flexible areas for the individual, small and large groups for up to 100 employees. each area is connected through a straight tunnel. each zone is also a kind of “neighborhood adaptable” that allows collaboration and exchange of place among the employees. the flexibility of space allows you to reduce costs associated with changes in the infrastructure that generally follows the redefinition of roles. there are also some “squares” that play a role aggregator and inspire each an archetype of urban architecture: the garden, dining room, the spasticceria, the games room and bar. it also encourages the ‘overlapping groups thanks to the alternation of meeting rooms and spaces for more informal meetings.