Cushman & Wakefield Offices – Singapore

MSDO designed a workplace at Cushman & Wakefield's Singapore office with a focus on creating an enticing destination for employees through feedback and design that empowers choice and flexibility in working.

  • Client Cushman & Wakefield,
  • size 11,400 sqft
  • Year 2022
  • Location Singapore,
  • Industry Real Estate Services,
  • MSDO created a space to give employees an enticing office for comfortable work at the Cushman & Wakefield offices in Singapore.

    As a global leader in corporate real estate advisory services, at Cushman & Wakefield, we are constantly looking forward to understand what will shape the future of real estate and the future of work. Powered by data-driven analytics and insights from our global occupier database, we foretold that the pandemic would re-shape how we work and where we work. Working from home started as a health priority, organisations and individuals scrambled to be effective.

    Now we understand that choice, hybrid working and creating an office as a destination is fundamental to high performance.

    At Cushman & Wakefield, Singapore, we created a workplace where colleagues are empowered to make the decision to be present at our office because they absolutely want to be there, for all the right reasons. We wanted a workplace that allows our people to fulfill their aspirations, give choice and instill flexibility in how and where they work, one that empowers employees in choosing a work setting that best suits their work style and activities for the day.

    The design and fit-out of the new office put our employees at the center as we incorporated feedback and findings from the company’s ‘Experience per SF™ (XSF)’ and pulse surveys, time utilisation studies, employee focus groups and business roundtable sessions. These findings were then grafted into the inspirational designs of MSDO to create a hospitality-fueled destination where our clients and our people want to come.

    Design: MSDO Matthew Shang and Paul Semple
    Workplace Strategy: Joey Quek, Carol Wong, Kim Yong
    Project Management: Derrick Lee
    Photography: Owen Raggett