Auckland, New Zealand
Masdar City, Abu Dhabi
London, United Kingdom
New York, New York
63-83 Walker Street aspires to be a major contributor to the evolving vibrant and highly connected city of Sydney, creating a new benchmark commercial offering within the North Sydney CBD.
The proposal is envisaged as an extension of the landscaped public domain, building upon this framework. The design offers a significant public green space, which has a direct relationship with the urban public laneway network via a new landscaped and activated laneway offering.
The envisioned design is more than just a workplace – it is a place to connect and collaborate. Access to natural light, nature and exceptional views across Sydney Harbour will help to attract and retain the best and brightest talents.
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The design embraces the opportunity to challenge the norm. Workplaces need to become more diverse and adaptable. The project will create a health, attractive and diverse office space that elevates the users’ experience. Sustainability is integral to the core design principles that have shaped the design. The proposal aims at going above and beyond current best practice to create an exemplar workplace offering and ensure relevance in the future. A Six Star Green Star rating has been targeted.