Affectionately known as the Money Box, 5 Martin Place is one of Sydney’s most iconic buildings. (Credit: ABC licensed)
“If you look at the steel, we’ve avoided 5,000 tonnes in carbon emissions by not having to produce the steel that would have been needed to replace that building,” Mr Wall said.
Source: Sydney’s big corporate achievers making more money by turning green | ABC Radio Australia
“The Ansarada fit-out poses a legitimate response to this condition through its adaptive re-use of a century old wool store in Sydney’s historic rocks district, expressing its inherent beauty by juxtaposing a highly adaptable and sophisticated work environment for the companies most important asset, its people.”
via Ansarada by Those Architects.
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Matt decided to focus on retaining and working with as much of the existing interior architecture in the space that he could. Highlighting its industrial bones, Matt used steel, concrete, copper, brass, marble and reclaimed wood sparingly to give the restaurant warmth and add a more modern feel. But the restaurant gets its main design statements from a room-length Manga-style graphic created by the design team at SPECIAL and the bright and hilarious neon double rainbow sign.
via Chi Chi Sydney | DesignSponge.