The design brief called for a variety of smaller, flexible, strata-titled spaces within a Green Star rated speculative office building. The building responds by providing a refined and simplistic plan form with tenancy spaces arranged around a central core. This allows for all offices to gain external frontage, ensuring access to abundant natural light and outlook.
Two distinctive approaches have been taken in the composition of the building facades. The northern, eastern and southern elevations utilise a considered modulation and "pixilation" to mitigate overall bulk and mass. Prefinished CFC sheeting in four subtle shades of green have been abstractly arranged to form a striking composition. Further accentuation has been emphasised with the provision of integrated horizontal sunshading, adding depth and shadow to the facade. In contrast, the western and south-western facades utilise a singular materiality of profiled metallic sheeting folding in plan form to offer a distinctive street frontage.