Inside Mia Yellagonga - architecture and design

Inside Mia Yellagonga

Imagine a workplace where entry is as simple as waving your hand through a contact-less scanner, where integrated AI can help you do your job, and when you need to refresh and re-energise you can escape to an energy pod, massage chair, take a yoga class or swim a few laps in the pool.
Featuring integrated access to artificial intelligence leveraged through the Woodside relationship with IBM, an intelligent and autonomous robotics lab designed to deliver and showcase Woodside?s partnership with NASA, and frictionless biometric access technology by Siemens/Morpho/Idemia, Australia?s most technologically advanced and socially connected commercial workplace has been unveiled in Perth.
Designed by global interior design firm Unispace with Australian energy company Woodside, Mia Yellagonga (a Whadjuk Noongar Aboriginal name referencing the elder who welcomed Captain Stirling onto the building?s culturally significant site) is the product of close collaboration and integration of people, place and technology workstreams.
Designed by Unispace with Woodside, Mia Yellagonga in Perth brings together unparalleled workplace design, underpinned by rarely-seen co-located technology, to create one of the most advanced and balanced campuses designed to enhance the human experience and take business performance to the next level
The 64 000-square-metre campus features the highest Green Star-rating possible in Australia (six Stars), a 5-Star NABERS target rating and a raft of bespoke spaces ...
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