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Grange Securities

Location:
Sydney
Type:
Office
Year:
2004
Architect:
Bates Smart
Photographer:
Tyrone Branigan
Built in 1967, Australia Square remains one of the most distinctive buildings in the city of Sydney. Its circular form defies the rectilinear habits of the modern city.



Inside, though, the tenancies were often oblivious to the building's curves.



The new fit-out for Grange Securities by Bates Smart goes with the form of the building rather than against it.

Bates Smart was engaged by Grange Securities to design their office fitout in Australia Square. The new fitout had to accommodate present needs as wel as planned future growth.

The reception and plubic meeting rooms were designed to reflect the professionalism, substance and capability of the organisation. Warm stone was used on the floors and feature blade walls for reception and waiting areas, with lighting creating drama in the space.

A contemporary interpretation of a roll top desk.

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Diller Chair

Diller Chair

Minotti / Rodolfo Dordoni

The Minotti Diller lounge chair and side with chrome plated tubular steel base and frame in steel with elastic straps. Padded with multi density polyurethane foam with removable fabric or leather upho...

Dolma 80

Dolma 80

Kreon / Jan Van Lierde

Dolma 80 has a visible width of 80mm and the luminaire is a recessed fixture installed in walls or ceilings. The profile is finished in a natural anondised aluminium and the luminaires are powder coa... More

Prologe

Prologe

Kreon / Kristof Pycke

The Prologe light fitting provides functional lighting through the discreet presence of the simple architectural volumes. The basic concept of this product family is to "capture" light in a... More

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Replacing a city block of 30 different amalgamated old properties, this is Sydney's first tall office tower built due to the foresight and energetic enterprise of the Dutch immigrant developer, G.J. Dusseldorp. The 50 storey circular tower occupies only 25% of the site with a total floor space of 12 times the site area. The remainder of the city block was given over to the public; newly gained ... More

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