With the project underway when COVID struck, the design quickly pivoted to incorporate specific health and wellness features that would help protect our people and support a shift to flexible working for the whole team. This in turn has been adapted to allow for greater work – life balance, diversity, reduced travel time and overall efficiency and collaboration.
Wellness features include:
The Lobby is a warm and welcoming space.
The Concierge provides access and welcomes guests, settling them into the allocated meeting room and serving drinks from a beverage menu.
The Concierge is available to assist with any queries between 8:00am and 5:00pm.
The Ackland building is NSW Heritage listed and has been adapted and developed for re-use.
This space includes the lobby, external and internal meeting rooms, communal café, workspaces, utilities room, storage/package pick up room and bathrooms.
Connecting the buildings and the indoor and outdoor spaces is a pedestrian courtyard and an internal laneway.
Just past the Laneway is The Atrium, incorporating large trees into the interior to connect to the outdoors and anchor the large volume of space. The result is extraordinary – creating the impression that the trees are as old as the buildings themselves, and the furniture has been added around them.
The Pauls building is directly opposite the Ackland. It has a number of formal and informal spaces and includes our on-site tech bar which offers personal technology support. The approach to technology is to seamlessly integrate the latest tech features into the workspace to support efficiency and productivity.
The Harcourt features our 16-person boardroom that also transforms into a more casual multi-purpose team and event space. With large opening doors the space flows out onto a courtyard, with a full kitchen and bathrooms, it’s ideal for functions.
There are multiple car parks available, from our on-site car park offering 34 car spots including two EV charging stations and ample bike racks to our valet parking option located on Dunning Ave.