Atlassian Unveils A Vision For Their New Sydney Office

Sydney software giant Atlassian has unveiled plans for a stunning new office building in Sydney, to be located adjacent to Central Station. It is an amazing look, constructed of ‘hybrid timber’ that aims to be the tallest of its kind in the world.

Atlassian is an Australian success story – founded by two graduates of UNSW who saw the emerging gap for collaboration and teams software, they have enabled remote-working teams to share information and projects across the world.

This means that they have resources to dedicate towards top-class buildings – and this will be one of those stand-out buildings that aims to blend hard architecture with horticultural brilliance through vertical plantings and rooftop gardens on a tiered structure at the top levels.

 

 

There is increasing interest in using timber as a multi-level structural building material, with its flexibility and durability as engineered timber that imparts strength and shape.

The horticulture industry can now make use of more modern and innovative soil and growing media that provide the right soil volumes and weight characteristics for use on taller buildings, and we will increasingly see the use of rooftop plants at scale, as well as vertical and tiered plantings that add a cascade or layered effect.

It should make for a compelling office space in 2025.

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