Purity of Form and Materiality

The concept is a masterful celebration of the built form and the captivating appeal of its internal stones, weaving a harmonious narrative that seamlessly integrates with the interior design. It is a testament to the creativity and artistry of the architects and designers who embarked on a journey to pay homage to the building's remarkable features while creating an immersive experience within.

255 George Street

255 George Street

The 255 George Street wayfinding and signage project is a display of design that perfectly complements the iconic architecture of the Sydney CBD. With a focus on purity of form and materiality, the design pays homage to the building's striking external and internal stones while creating a seamless dialogue with the interior design.

From the ground floor to the mezzanine and upper levels, the wayfinding elements guide visitors through the space with ease and elegance, enhancing their experience at every turn. The result is a visual feast that not only serves a functional purpose but also adds to the beauty of this historic building.

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Sydney NSW
AMP Capital/Mirvac
Wayfinding — Workplace

Richards Stanisich
WMK Architecture
Light Practice

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At 255 George Street, the design utilises common spaces that create a new vibrant and productive environment that support the success and satisfaction of the CBD community.

Shared spaces in commercial buildings offer numerous benefits, including increased collaboration, improved employee engagement, enhanced communication, better health and well-being, talent attraction, flexibility, and the promotion of organisational culture.

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