Brindabella Business Park
In Association With
Daryl Jackson Alastair Saywn
The modern office demands flexibility, communication and accessibility. Teams cluster and regroup continually as personnel come and go relative to changing needs.
The Brindebella business park celebrates this new way of working with large open floor plates, a naturally lit perimeter and a spectacular core of central services separated by inter-floor access stairs, lifts and meeting areas.
The business park brings together different types of commercial ventures into a commercial precinct.
Transparency is paramount and views out are prioritised to allow everyone to experience an attractive outlook. A central circulation spine acknowledges the importance of human exchange and our connection with nature. The garden setting with long walls and shade pergolas offer external amenity and a break from work.
The building forms are strong and colourful to provide identity to the differing organisations while a vocabulary of similar building detailing provides an architectural coherence across the park.
The business park, built over several years includes 3 childcare centres, a number of restaurants and cafes as well as 9 barbeque areas for tenant use, 2 news agencies/convenience stores, a full service pharmacy, a dental surgery, a hair and beauty salon, a service station with mechanics and car wash facilities, big brand fashion and homeware store, dry cleaning services and liquor cellars.
Sports and recreation facilities include a soccer oval, volleyball court, bocce, golf driving nets, 18 hole golf course, 2 tennis courts and a boutique fitness centre.
All of these provide further opportunity and value, and moreover, recognise the need for human connection, convenience, family support and work-life balance.