Large voids are cut through the existing building to create a unifying space across the five levels of the tenancy.
An interconnecting stair creates a dynamic common space, and provides a sense of connectivity and transparency.
Meeting spaces, consolidated support facilities, social gathering and creative spaces as well as open-plan work areas offer choices for ways to work and communicate.
100 percent post-consumer recycled Australian Blackbutt timber features heavily in the fitout.
The project represents the co-location of 850 staff within nine floors of the new 420 George commercial tower.The design cuts large voids through the existing building to create a unifying space over the nine levels of the tenancy.
An interconnecting stair links levels through these voids to create a dynamic common space and provide a sense of 'one AECOM'.