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Making use of it’s unique location with views across the city and light filled office space, 510 Church Street is the ideal location for creating flexible, dynamic work spaces.

Flexible and adaptative work space

The 510 Church Street floorplate embraces horizontal connectivity and encourages interaction across the floor. The rectilinear design of the floorplate naturally provides long sight lines so information can flow quickly, this can assist in removing unwanted 'silos' within the business and encouraging 'one enterprise' thinking.

Overall, the floorplate supports an ideal sense of space for individual and team work, with the possibility to link floors for larger groups. The type and location of the interconnecting stair and voids can transform the building into a series of vertical villages.

The location of the lift core is ideal as it allows for the central collaboration and breakout zone, it also creates two large contiguous team zones on either end of the floor. The central collaboration zone encourages staff to have informal meetings and creates an opportunity for chance in counters. The large team zones offer flexibility to accommodate teams that are constantly expanding, reducing and evolving with minimal cost.

A workplace for tradition

and agile teams

The nature of office work has changed irreversibly thanks primarily to the advent of mobile communications technology. The ability to work anywhere/anytime has also put greater emphasis on place, where bringing people together to share ideas.

Workstyles supported by mobile technologies are creating the end of the office/workstation model of fitout. Instead people are able to move to the ideal setting that suits that activity - Activity Based Working.

Complementing this type of workstyle is the Agile Team, where a team base for weeks, months or even years of highly focussed work is required for 8-10 people. Re-configurability and tailoring of spaces, with multiple surfaces for writing and posting information and Workflows is critical.

The 510 Church Street floorplate embraces horizontal connectivity and encourages interaction across the floor.

The rectilinear design of the floorplate naturally provides long sight lines so information can flow quickly, this can assist in removing unwanted 'silos' within the business and encouraging 'one enterprise' thinking.

Overall, the floorplate supports an ideal sense of space for individual and team work, with the possibility to link floors for larger groups. The type and location of the interconnecting stair and voids can transform the building into a series of vertical villages.

The location of the lift Core is ideal as it allows for the central collaboration and breakout zone, it also creates two large contiguous team Zones on either end of the floor. The Central Collaboration Zone encourages staff to have informal meetings and creates an opportunity for chance encounters. The large team zones offer flexibility to accommodate teams that are constantly expanding, reducing and evolving with minimal cost.

Workplace planning

Workplace planning diagram



Test fit

Future Architecture

The business world is being turned on its head by new models that are challenging the old guard, driven by a passion and zeal to create a better world. The old corporate office tower is dead. In iots place a new form is emerging where team space is key, where people can work in a human orientated environment that his little time for status and structure but demands flexibility and speed, with amenity that is focussed on people, not landlords.

510 Church Street is purpose-designed from the inside out to create:

  • Team spaces for all types and sizes
  • Large and flexible floorplates of a form ideal for teamwork
  • Amenity for all
  • Indoor and outdoor workspaces
  • The ability for voids and stairs
  • Light and views for all.

The space is ideal for a range of tenant types and moves beyond the current 'warehouse’, ‘business park’ of ‘corporate CBD’ typologies to an ‘authentic future tech' aesthetic. The building is highly connected to the surrounding neighborhood and "Yarra's Silicon Valley" tech, creative and startup community. In addition to the surrounding amenity, 510 Church Street offers balconies and terraces, a rooftop restaurant and greater public access on the ground plane creating a new vibrant model for work, play and everything in-between.

The architecture is unique rather than a cut and paste of old models, using materials that are tactile and human and from the Cremorne precinct. A timeless architecture but for the future, not from the past.