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Heritage Lane tangibly sets a new paradigm for Woods Bagot’s workplace design.
Last week Woods Bagot joined Mirvac and M&G Real Estate to officially open the state-of-the-art building and precinct, Heritage Lanes, at 80 Ann Street in Brisbane.
The $863m world-class office tower, spanning 35-levels, designed for 7,000 employees and incorporating more than 60,000 square metres of premium-grade office space, is one of Australia’s smartest buildings, embracing leading technology, sustainability and design.
Creating a new destination for Brisbane, Mirvac has revitalised the urban precinct at Heritage Lanes with a unique retail offering, public spaces, and activation program, retaining the former Fruit & Produce Exchange on Turbot Street which has been reinvigorated into an open and welcoming space for the public.
Within 80 Ann is Woods Bagot’s vision of the future of workplace design: embracing leading technology, sustainable design, and with tremendous generosity to the public at the ground plane.
Woods Bagot designed Heritage Lanes from a deep understanding of the city and from a strong desire to create a memorable destination for the people of Brisbane,” says David Lee, Associate Principal, Woods Bagot. “By elevating the lobby, the ground plane is given back to the city, along with abundance of subtropical landscape, laneways, public art and activated public realm.”