Purpose driven workplace
Gheringhap St provides the flexibility to develop a purpose built building that can meet future workplace requirements.
The current design of the building is a preliminary response and is by no means fixed, but resolved enough to provide a level of delivery certainty.
The proposed design intent for the lobby is with domesticity in mind so as to unify all users and to create a feeling of being at home in someone’s lounge room. An activated and publicly accessible lobby will be a relaxed environment where casual discussions occur over a coffee or around a notebook.
It is intended that the concierge desk will have visual connectivity to both entries and will provide discreet security surveillance. The concierge desk will be a welcoming spot and control point for visitors to 16 Gheringhap Street.
The ability to include green walls both externally and in the lobby will promote healthy living values. Living walls reduce urban heat effect and clean outside air of pollutants and dust. They will also act as a sound barrier in urban areas.
The ground floor will include a Client Services Lounge, which could consist of a collection of various meeting spaces directly accessible from the entry lobby. The Client Services Lounge can also provide increased security as many appointments will be able to occur in this space reducing the need for on floor meetings.
A warm & welcoming arrival experience for visitors
The proposed architectural language of 16 Gheringhap Street will deliver an unpretentious and timeless building. The design will be a highly visible commitment to sustainability.
There will be the ability to provide passive sunscreens to the north facade providing solar protection for the office floors.
North elevation signage
East elevation signage
South elevation signage
The team is committed to the longevity of building design – as such, the building takes into account future proofing for technologies such as drone delivery (roof landing pad), electric car charging stations and future installation of renewable photovoltaic energy technology.