On Thursday 23 March, Accenture launched their new Liquid Studio – a flexible work space designed to play host to a varied range of functionalities and fitted with the latest technologies to not only embrace human interaction but encourage creativity.
The studio can be used as a whole or manipulated to host separate events, used as a lecture hall or individuals at separated work benches, to host internal planning sessions or external client events, flexible enough to host corporate events as well as employee break out spaces.
They also took this opportunity to showcase their unique Mobile Stations which have been custom design and manufactured for Accenture.
The Mobile Stations are intended to be completely flexible and able to accommodate a myriad of uses from being individual work stations, client display units and able to join together to host group design sessions to name a few. Accenture have broken traditional boundaries and produced uniquely innovative designs to showcase their company and new technologies.
At the Liquid Studio launch guests could interact with the Mobile Stations, wall surfaces and Accenture’s resident robot, Baxter – who played bartender on the night pouring gin through an ice sculpture. While another robot kept guests with his dance moves.
i2C are proud to have been a part of this project.
Project name: Liquid Studio
Location: Pyrmont NSW