The design brief for the project focused on community and wellbeing for their 'Adi-Citizen' staff where the space needed to be more than an office.
Amenities such as fitness centre, cafe and social hubs promote the theme of health and wellbeing throughout the space.
The judges praised the human-centric approach where community was at the heart of the design.
Principal, Russell Hunter who led the MEP design for the project said "I'm chuffed at the recognition Perkins+Will and Adidas have received in winning this award. I' am proud to have been involved in this forward thinking and creative project, which showcases a millennial working environment and ever-increasing focus on connectivity and wellbeing".
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