Second engineered timber building proposed for Barangaroo

10 Nov 2017

A design proposal for a second retail and office building made from cross laminated timber and glulam (glue laminated timber) has been proposed for Barangaroo’s C1 site, located between Tower 1 of International Towers Sydney and Hickson Road.

A design proposal for a second retail and office building made from cross laminated timber and glulam (glue laminated timber) has been proposed for Barangaroo’s C1 site, located between Tower 1 of International Towers Sydney and Hickson Road.

The planning application, lodged by Lendlease with the Department of Planning & Environment, is now on public exhibition for community consultation.

Pending approval, the seven-storey building would be a ‘sister building’ to the award-winning International House Sydney, Australia’s first engineered timber office building which was completed earlier this year.

The new proposal includes 726 square metres of retail shops on the ground floor and 11,022 square metres of commercial space on levels one to six.

An outdoor terrace on level six of the building is planned, along with solar panels on the roof. There are also plans to use 18 car spaces and 35 bicycle spots in the approved basement below.

This is the final building planned for Barangaroo in the area south of Watermans Quay.

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