This double tower building was founded in 1988 and is a Class A commercial office building that combines worn and postmodernism design style. Although this building is imagined as a centralized space with large-scale atrium, the first floor of the two towers has become a mess, which has become chaotic because of the temporary rent, the non-uniform materials and the ceiling height. Gray Puksand is committed to shaping a uniform space, using a consistent design language to make employees with tourists with the \"impression\" of architectural modernization. Gray Puksand Partner Nik Tabain said: \"Our goal is to truly unify the entire hall of the two towers in the north and south, activate the ground space, making it the area of \u200b\u200bthe two towers in the north and south. Considering the building is opposite Flagstaff Gardens, our primary goal is This is also the core of our design concept. \"
▼ Space Overview - Entrance to the side of the park and lobby space
▼ Building side entrance space and reception area
The new indoor space can reflect this internal / external feeling element is a 30-meter Junglefy \"breathing wall\". A complex wall system with more than 4,000 plants is capable of filtering air, providing an air fresh environment in the room. In the case, Gray Puksand further adds green plants, including a big tree.
▼ 30 meters long junglefy \"breathing wall\"
▼ On the side of the wall
▼ to the lobby to add green plants
▼ Atrium Space
However, the unified floor layer needs more sensible Solution. Unlike regular halls, the scale of this hall has brought some challenges for design. \"When you handle such large-scale space, anything such as material or finished products will be increased. In such a large space, it is very difficult to meet people's expectations and our requirements for their own requirements. \"Design team shaped a harmonious hall space under the budget limit. The building uses a single ground material, the height of the ceiling is basically, and the strip light is used to define space and subtle guidance route. The designer works with the light artist Jan Flook to design a dinosaur bone lamp, which reduces the size of the atrium and creates an intimate.
▼ Hundreds of Space Hall Space
▼ Hall Space Usage The floor, the height of the ceiling is basically consistent
▼ cafe zone
▼ Sharing Workspace
▼ to decrease Spatial scale dinosaur lamp
In addition to new service desk, waiting area, sharing work area, cafe and retail rental area The space also includes a large number of travel services, including bicycle parking, shower areas and lockers. Such facilities are typically located in the building basement, but the 485 LA TROBE is configured to provide employees with a more comfortable experience and further activate the hall space.
▼ bicycle parking
[ 123] Tabain said: \"You enter the room, stop the bicycle. Enter the atriation space, a huge tree stands in front of you, then you will go to the shower and storage area. We hope to provide more as possible in the hall Activities. Gray Puksand works with owners and architects to create a design associated with adjacent parks, a more unified and available hall, which continues the streetscape of Melbourne. Tabain said: \"It is really like a bustling internal street. We successfully introduced the park in the room, and the construction is very urbanization, those who do not work in the building now as a pleasant walk route, rather than choosing Those dark roadways.
▼ big trees in the court
[123 ] ▼ detail
▼ shower storage area