Lobby Experience

The public space overlay of the 3 International Towers lobbies in the highly acclaimed Barangaroo.

International Towers Lobby

Taking cues from the existing curved geometry and developing a meaningful linking narrative, the project was predicated on a sense of respect for  the base building designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour and was approached in a similar way to a heritage building.

The design is composed of a ‘kit of parts’ to create a quality and authentic space that is cohesive with the lobby design. A monolithic sculptural  concierge desk is the main point of arrival for guests. It’s curved and enclosing edges are a signature throughout, exploiting the warmth of natural timbers and imbuing the space with pockets of containment.

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Project details

A centrally hung staircase links the ground floor to the mezzanine levels and the adjacent food hall, while the VIP areas behind reception offer a  comfortable cocooning space, with an adjacent private area offering individual workstations. Large-scale planters are used throughout the lobby  space as focal points. By pulling nature in such a significant form into the lobby, the distinction between indoor  and outdoors is blurred and the  space is expanded.

Location
Sydney, Australia
Client
Lendlease
Size
1,750 sqm
18,800 sqm
Collaborator
Oculus Landscape
Aspect Landscape
Urbanite (wayfinding)

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