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Providing a blueprint for the transformation of existing commercial assets into enlivened contemporary workplaces, 477 Pitt Street occupies a rare whole-of-island site to the south of Sydney CBD. The 32-storey office tower comprises lobby and associated retail spaces, upper level roof terrace. Three heritage listed buildings also occupy the site.

The design response transforms the appearance and performance of the building by refreshing its interior spaces and services and introducing a new rain screen cladding to the existing precast façade. A series of ESD initiatives deliver considerably enhanced sustainability credentials.

At ground level, a new building identity and legible arrival sequence are forged through a series of intelligent, strategic interventions. A landscape threshold provides respite to Pitt Street, while a veranda introduces space for curated activities, public art and informal meetings.

The heritage listed Australian Gaslight building, originally a showroom for new gas appliances, is repurposed as an event zone for the building’s vibrant tech community to hold workshops and functions. A sitting room adjacent to the lobby provides welcoming areas for tenants to work, meet and collaborate. A wellness centre, adjacent to a north-facing elevated terrace, enhances amenity for the building’s users.

  • Traditional Custodians Gadigal people of the Eora Nation
  • Client ISPT
  • Location Sydney, NSW
  • Project Duration 2014–2023
  • Floor Levels 31
  • Floor Area 52,980m2
  • Selected Awards
  • John Verge Award for Interior Architecture. AIA NSW Architecture Awards, 2024
  • Best of State Award for Commercial Design. Australian Interior Design Awards, 2024.
  • Winner, Workplace Design. Australian Interior Design Awards, 2024.
  • Selected Media
  • The Property Tribune
  • Architecture AU
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