Learn more about the evolution of Nura Space's Unified Working Platform and the people behind our technology.
Founded in Melbourne, Australia in 2017, Nura Space is a digital Unified Working Platform (UWP) designed to intuitively support, understand and optimise workspaces and how people use them.
While smart technology offers incredible opportunities for designing and reshaping workplaces, we believe the fundamental needs of humans should be front-and-centre of the new world of work. This is reflected in the design and layout of the Nura Space platform, with focus on familiarity and intuitive navigation, we are able to allow users to focus on receiving value from their technology.
We’re a growing team of passionate product and workplace specialists, psychologists and technology professionals - who all share a vision for enhancing the day-to-day lives of employees, while helping business leaders make informed workplace design decisions.
The premise of Nura Space revolves around it's name, Nura, a play on words from it's true source, Neurology. Our goal is to create a platform that measures and analyses workplace usage. To identify and understand the individual proclivities of employees affords us the opportunity to personalise their experiences. By realising the power of an individual’s experience of work, companies will be able to optimise working environments at the individual level and in doing so optimise that individuals ability to focus on creative and complex thoughts or communication.
Peter is the Managing Director of the Schiavello Group and Co-Founder of Nura Space. Charged with the leadership of Schiavello, Peter's contribution to the growth of the private business started in 1982, initially taking on responsibility of furniture operations, and then expanding his scope as Deputy Managing Director of the growing group by 1992. Peter was mentored by his father and company founder Tony Schiavello, and was appointed Managing Director of the Group in 2009.
In the position of Advisor, Peter brings 40 years of workplace, product and business knowhow to the team, and is committed to driving value and success to customers and stakeholders.
Susan is a board Chair, entrepreneur and angel investor. She is chair of The Alice Anderson sidecar fund for the Victorian Government, chair and advisor to Countrywide Renewable Hydrogen, a member of the Investment Committee for IFM Investors, chair of The Wheeler Centre, serves on the board of Melbourne Theatre Company and of the Fishermans Bend Development board and is an advisor to Nura Space.
She retired in June of this year as Chair of Scale Investors which she co-founded in 2013. She is the Australian Angel Awards: Angel of the Year 2021 recognising her contribution to the innovation and angel investing ecosystem in Australia.
She has been involved in the governance of global and ASX listed companies since 1996. Susan is co-founder of a technology company offering services in traceability and proof of provenance, management and governance of secure and private social networks and 5G smart precincts management.
Backed by the Schiavello Group, Nura Space is a natural evolution of its parent company’s mission - to create better places for people. Schiavello is committed to supporting development of the Nura Space platform, with the vision of creating leading global workplace software.
At Schiavello we have transitioned to a hybrid working environment, and understanding who is in the office, and at what times, has been a challenge. With Nura Space, our employees have a high level of visibility that only a powerful workplace technology platform can provide.
Our employees can very easily, identify who is in the office and where they are seated, easing the pathway to collaboration and utilisation.
Our hybrid work environment relies on technology to maximising opportunities and Nura Space is out performing our expectations.”