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Wood Marsh’s design of an office building in Australia responds to the industrial neighborhood with its crystalline-like glass facade.

Located in Cremorne, a city close to Melbourne in Australia, 600 Church Street Building interplays with the industrial past of its context and future developments in the area. The building designed by Wood Marsh contrasts with the raw material choices in its urban context both in its form and glass facade. 

With its crystalline lines, Church Street positions its eight stories as an abstract sculptural object. The building is composed of retail and hospitality functions at ground level, and offices above, topped with a roof terrace. The inclining and reclining façade elements deliberately obscure the floor plates they intersect with and act to obfuscate one's sense of the building’s scale.

Photography: © Willem-Dirk du Toit