The Atlassian office in Sydney has received a Gold Award at the 2017 Sydney Design Awards for its interior office fitout by Siren Design. The fitout, featuring cascading plants and the Junglefy Breathing Wall, fulfilled the brief to create a practical and flexible workspace whilst providing a unique and highly creative space that would live up to Atlassian’s credentials as “The Best Place to Work”.
Receiving Silver in the Sydney Design Awards, is Orange Regional Museum for its architecture by Crone. The project was recognised for its innovative blend of architecture, public meeting place and cultural spaces. The Orange Regional Museum, featuring a grassed green roof installed by Junglefy has also received the Sulman Medal for Public Architecture in NSW Architecture Awards.
Also, achieving a Gold Award is Lendlease’s International Towers and home of their headquarters at Sydney’s Barangaroo. The Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners designed buildings form part of the world-class sustainable master planned precinct at Barangaroo South. Each tower has been purpose-designed to its own unique conditions to set new Australian architectural and environmental benchmarks. The Lendlease head office is also home to Australia’s very first Junglefy Breathing Wall.
Read more about these award-winning projects:
CASE STUDY: Orange Regional Museum case study
NEWS: Orange Regional Museum takes NSW Architecture Award
CASE STUDY: Lendlease Head Office case study
NEWS: Industry Leaders Praise the Junglefy Breathing Wall
NEWS: Five times Green walls elevated interior architecture
NEWS: Jungle theme keeps Atlassian offices in the green