The unique and rare nature of the site allows the design to respond to its surrounding context, with a stepped, sculptured form to the west and north. The landscaped terraces to the west and rooftop provide a completely unique office workplace experience to not only Church Street but within Australia.
The End Of Trip facilities has been designed and located at basement 01 of the proposal. These facilities include bicycle racks, men’s and women’s change and shower facilities and a warm up and cool down lounge area for employees. At ground level along Hutchings Street it is proposed for a separate designated entry and ramp to the end of trip facilities for employees. Furthermore, at basement 01 a designated corridor has been incorporated into the design giving employees direct access to the lift core without having to cross with any cars.
|Number of levels||11|
|Office – Net Lettable Area||20,774sqm|
|Retail – Net Lettable Area||1,211sqm|
|Levels 3 & 4||2,245sqm|
|Levels 5 & 6||2,062sqm|
|Levels 7 & 8||1,878sqm|
|Basement Car Park Levels||3|
|Outdoor landscaped areas||2,103sqm|
|No. of lifts||5|
|No. of Car Parks||236|
|No. of Car Parks (charged)||12 (min)|
|No. of Bicycle Spaces||169|
|No. of Visitor Bicycle Spaces||26|
|1:10 base occupancy||(person/sqm)|
|Access Flooring to Floors||150mm|
|Floor to Ceitrng Height||2,900mm|
|Slab to Slab Height||3,850mm|
|Core to Window Span||12m – 14m|
5 Star Green Star Design and As Built Building 4.5 Star NABERS Rating in operation
Access to external areas of respite for staff including balcony terraces, external stair ways with a mixture of native and indigenous plantings
510 Church Street embodies the future workplace and is complemented by a curated Retail offering. The ground floor food and beverage tenancies will be carefully considered in order to compliment the office above and surrounding Church Street precinct.
510 Church Streets landscaping is an essential part to physical, mental and emotional wellbeing and contributes greatly to the happiness and positivity of staff.
Providing a verdant and aesthetic outlook from within the office and terrace gardens curated for respite will improve both staff wellbeing and business profitability.
The roof terrace combines parkland amenity with sophisticated luxury, and penthouse views.
It is proposed the roof terrace will include a public bar, which shall be complemented by a series of gardens that provide opportunities for quiet social meetings and larger active groups.
The roof terrace will also encompass park like qualities with lawns and tree planting so that during the day the roof offers a quiet retreat and can accommodate function activities including rooftop yoga and conferences.
The terrace gardens will respond directly to the interior design and spatial arrangement of offices facilitating external use and aesthetic outlook from within.
Extensive gardens that accommodate trees and shrubs will be incorporate to provide a diversity of passive recreation spaces.
The arrangement of gardens and space will articulate desirable view lines and accommodate varying capacities for individuals and groups, including meetings, quiet reflection, dining opportunities and group events.