1 Bligh Sydney

1 Bligh, Sydney - Australia, Ingenhoven Architects
Construction year: 2011
Address: 1 Bligh Street | SYDNEY | Australia
Latitude/Longitude: -33.8647, 151.211
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The 139-metre tall 1 Bligh Sydney office building in Australia, was inaugurated in autumn 2011. Due to its compact geometry and a slight rotation of the building in relation to its site, all offices enjoy unobstructed views of the city’s beautiful harbour. All the typical functions of the ground floor have been raised to allow a public plaza at street level. The high-rise building is a new highlight in Sydney´s skyline.

In addition to its spatial efficiency, the building boasts an ecological concept that is not only unique for Sydney but also for the entire Australian continent.

The building is the first high-rise tower to receive the highest six-star certificate of the Australian Green Star environmental rating system. Its fully glazed tower is equipped with a double-skin façade and ventilated by an atrium that rises the buildings entire height.

Execution: 2009 – 2011
Client: DEXUS Property Group, Sydney
GFA: 45,000 m²
Levels: 28
Team ingenhoven architects: Christoph Ingenhoven, Martin Reuter, Christian Kawe, Hinrich Schumacher, Martin Slawik, Thomas Weber, André Barton, Mario Böttger, Elisabeth Broermann, Darko Cvetuljski, Ralf Dorsch-Rüter, Hye Jin Jung, Christian Kob, Andrea König, Alice Koschitzki, Peter Pistorius, Dr. Mario Reale, Evelyn Scharrenbroich, Ulrike Schmälter, Alexander Schmitz, Jürgen Schreyer, Brett Stover, Erich Tomasella, Lutz Büsing, Felix Winter
Structural Engineering: Enstruct Group, Milsons Point, NSW, Australia

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