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The Cobild Head Quarters project encompasses an impressive 8-level commercial office building with a triple-level basement featuring car stackers. Located on a compact city fringe site, the development showcases a historically significant early Edwardian factory facade.
Designed specifically for Australian conditions, the office building combines innovative features that adapt to the evolving environment while respecting the existing heritage fabric.
Serving as a prominent corner bookend, it serves as a symbolic gateway to the vibrant Cremorne precinct. With its Greenstar rating, the building embraces sustainability and energy efficiency, setting new standards in contemporary commercial architecture.
Ensuring the retention of the heritage façade within the narrow site footprint, requiring careful coordination of temporary framing and basement retention.
Overcoming tight site constraints in the basement to accommodate the required car stacker, necessitating the removal of a single skin of a double-skin brick wall and strengthening the remaining brick skin.
Precisely managing the layout of temporary ground anchors to avoid damage to neighbouring buildings’ piled foundations.
irements by utilising advanced analysis design software to minimize reinforcement content and maximize sustainability measures in the building.
Designing the stairs accessing the basement levels to serve as a permanent lateral restraint for adjacent piles.
Designing the slab on level 6 to support the weight of a mature tree and deep soil planting, totalling approximately 10 tonnes.
Meeting Greenstar rating requ