Even though that from level 12 upwards the building will be covered in a glass façade, 70% of built form behind the glass will actually be concrete to minimize the sun load and reduce energy costs.
Will include a 250,000 liter rainwater tank, designed to capture rainwater for internal consumption.
To encourage the occupiers to use environmentally friendly means of transportation, the building will provide 120 secure bicyle parks and shower facilities on the ground floor.
The building will employ double glazing for thermal control and in addition, the glazing will be in a matt finish to reduce glare.
Will aim to achieve a 5 star Australian Building Greenhouse Rating for energy efficiency.
To reduce air-conditioning costs, vertical louvres will be placed on the building's western and eastern façades, where heat from the sun is strongest.
The orientation of the main section of the building is along the east-west axis, maximising northern sun whilst minimizing the bright western and eastern sun.
T5 low energy light fittings will be used throughout the building.
The building will recycle approximately 70% of rainwater which will be used to flush toilets.
The building will feature a restaurant on the top floor.
At level 12, the building's distinctive cantilever starts to appear, starting 25m set back from Currie Street; when it reaches the structural height of the building, the cantilever will be set back from Currie Street by 5m.
The building will feature an 11-level frontage on Currie Street where the building's 3-level entry foyer will be located.
The building sits on an irregular 'T' shape site, and will have a 14.72m frontage on Currie Street, a 40m frontage on Gilbert Place and a 30.30m frontage on Peel Street.
The building will feature glass elevators visible from the outside.
Workers will be able to enjoy a 25m lap-pool and a fully equipped gymnasium.
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