Masonry and timber materials combine to form projecting cruciform facades, with a grid-like shell
Fitzpatrick + Partners & Architectus
John Holland Developments
Prism Facades were engaged by John Holland to provide façade design, engineering and consultancy services from concept to completion for this new 11-storey commercial building which includes over 35,000m2 of Grade-A floor space.
The building’s facade includes a masonry-like projecting cruciform at every second level, which extends over the roof-level to form a grid-like shell.
The building includes a large internal atrium with skylights, which splits the building over each level, to provide natural daylight throughout the large floorplate.
Macquarie Park, NSW, Australia
Design exploration by Prism for Sunshade Joint
Design exploration by Prism for Cladding Arrangement