PEXA, the company that provides the future of real estate transactions is moving it’s 200 staff to a futuristic new office in Collins Square, Melbourne CBD. The new office has been designed by leading workspace design firm, Futurespace incorporating the futuristic focus that saw PEXA rank as the fifth fastest growing tech startup in the Deloitte 2016 Technology Fast 500.
The collaborative platform is owned by key stakeholders including the Victorian, Queensland, NSW and WA Governments; the four major banks, Macquarie Capital, Little Group, and Link Group. PEXA developed a National e-conveyance platform that integrates digital encryption technology to facilitate end-to-end paperless real estate transactions.
Design Director at Futurespace, Gavin Harris said; “Before the move, PEXA’s 200 staff were spread among three different locations making collaboration, company culture, and creativity difficult to foster and thrive.”
“To help support the employees, we brought in sit-stand desks, designed collaboration or scrum spaces, and created an office that facilitates people working away from their desks.”
Chief People and Culture Officer at PEXA, Rebecca Evans said, “So far the feedback from employees has been overwhelmingly positive. After moving into the new space, new connections between staff have been made and collaboration is thriving.”
“We also implemented a range of design tactics in the office to support employees, and to also showcase the culture of PEXA. These included bringing in natural materials like climbing green walls, creating exposed ceilings, lining the walls with timber, introducing texture and colour through flooring and soft furnishings,” added Mr Harris.
The space has also been shortlisted in the 2017 Dulux Colour Awards.
To read more about what PEXA are doing in the digital transaction space visit https://eliteagent.com/paperless-property-transactions-made-possible-pexa/.