An amazing mature tree re-location system used in Victoria.
The 180B commercial office tower in Brisbane designed by Crone architects in 2011, is well under way and due for completion later this year. The Brisbane River super graphic, so dominant on the facade and no doubt controversial, becomes a theme throughout the development. A very bold and gutsy idea, the Brisbane River is pix-elated on the North Eastern facade of the building through the use of a Frit pattern on the glass. The Frit on the curtain wall panels is a rain drop pattern, following the theme of water and sustainability.
180B has achieved a 6 Star Green Star environmental certification through the Green Building Council of Australia. This is the highest sustainability rating attainable through the rating system in Australia and described as “World’s Best Practice”. We are very much looking forward to seeing the finished product, having worked on the project for nearly 4 years.
You can watch the marketing video and fly-through for 180B here;
The 180 Brisbane website went live last week with the catch phrase; “Introducing a New Direction in Prestige Office Space”
180 Brisbane is a 35 level commercial office tower, with Retail and basement Car Parking and a NLA of 60,000m2. The building has 5 basement levels, is targeting a 6 Star Green Star, environmental rating and has an estimated Construction Cost of $300m.
Watpac were recently awarded the contract, to build the Japanese client Daisho’s, flagship project in Brisbane. Crone Partners designed the building in 2010, with construction to be completed by 2015.
For more information please visit the website below.