Christian Pistauer, Jasmax

SYNOPSIS:

Often we hear about workplace projects that have taken years in the making. But what happens after they move in?

BNZ began its journey to flexible workspace in 2013 with the pilot floors at 80 Queen Street. Using industry tools and some kiwi ingenuity the success of the pilot is being tracked and informing what the future of workplace at BNZ looks like.

Hear about how and why the pilot was implemented and about the technology being used to get the most out of the workplace – now and into the future…


Christian Pistauer

Workplace Strategist Jasmax.

Over the years Christian developed a strong focus on strategic workplace consulting and corporate interior design. After working for various architects and consultancies in Vienna, Christian set up Future Office Design Ltd. He designed various international projects for Johnson & Johnson, including the Johnson & Johnson Campus in Vienna, Zug- Switzerland, Leeds – UK, Shanghai and other projects. He believes that a sound and robust concept is fundamental to great design. Furthermore he leads a global workplace innovation research project for Johnson & Johnson, measuring the effectiveness of the work environment in relation to corporate culture, work-flow and perceived productivity.

Christian is a permanent contractor for Jasmax, and has been with the practice since 2012.