Barangaroo was once a bustling container terminal, but due to a big urban renewal project this suburb on the edge of Sydney Harbour is now a dynamic extension of the city, offering prime, sustainable commercial space, representing world class design.
At its core sit International Towers Sydney, among Australia’s most sustainable high rise workplaces. These offices have been benchmarked against office developments in New York, London, Hong Kong, Singapore and Shanghai and specifically designed to help forward thinking organisations adapt to and capitalise on next generation working practises.
As part of the fitout for the new KPMG head quarter situated in International Tower 3 at Barangaroo and following our successful completion of the KPMG pilot project in Melbourne, DSGNK was sub-contracted to supply and install 600 sqm of textile glass wallcoverings.
This innovative and highly durable material was installed on an illuminted curved wall in the entrance walkway area of each of the ten levels, used for video projections. Based on the clients requirements and according to the interior architect, the product was chosen for its outstanding sustainability features as well as for providing safety by having a group 1 fire certification in compliance with NCC Volume One C1.10.
Despite facing unexpected on site challenges, DSGNK finalised the installation including painting in 8 days with only two qualified installers on site and proofed once more the incredible time and cost efficiency of the textile glass product.