200 George Street by Mirvac is one of a new breed of office buildings, rejecting the alienation of the cold metallic box in favour of a warm, more human form.
Dual curvilinear forms rise organically with the Sydney Skyline optimising Harbour views and natural daylight. This is an architecture that is human, inviting, responsive and engaging with a natural warmth created through the use of natural timber, sandstone and clear glass in contrast to the greyness that dominates City towers.
Amenity is foremost in its conception, from the micro climate at the ground plane to the public space that responds to the blurring of workplace and life.
This new premium grade landmark building, designed by architects Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp, embraces innovation and high technology to produce a tower form that is organic and responsive. Automated timber blinds, combined with vertical timber shading elements and three layers of performance glazing, combine to create an advanced environmental skin. This unique system, the first of its type in Australia, adjusts to external factors and occupant preference.
Internal spaces reflect contemporary thinking for a flexible workplace creating an advanced urban environment in which to work and spectacular view corridors to Sydney’s most recognised places – the Opera House and Harbour Bridge.
Situated in Australia’s leading business and cultural precinct in the heart of the City, 200 George Street is minutes from bus, rail and ferry transport hubs.