Staff Reporters
Sep 18, 2017

Best spaces to work: WhiteGrey Sydney

The WhiteGrey Sydney office signals the merging of two agencies

Work life can often seem like a blur in this industry.  And so it is depicted in these black and white photos of the new WhiteGrey office in Sydney.  

This year Grey Group merged their Australian firm with The White Agency, forming WhiteGrey.  It brought together he ideas and creativity of Grey with the digital and technology specialisation of White. 

Located at Argyle Place near Millers Point, thecompanies' traditional brick and beam office look is married with some clean modern steel and glass. Diagonal pattered designs on the flooring, furniture and counters bring energy to the workspace.

As joint CEO Paul Worboys said of their merger earlier this year: "We've had six months of working together, side by side, both in our Sydney and Melbourne offices to really get to know each other.  It became quickly obvious that our two agencies were not only culturally aligned, but provided complementary specialist skills.... This is not about creating another integrated agency; this is about specialists within the technology, experience and ideas /creative space working together where possible, and separately if required."

Note: 'Best spaces to work' merely highlights new and cool workspaces; it should not be interpreted as an endorsement of a company's overall work experience.

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