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Avtar Lotay

Avtar Lotay

Managing Director, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
“From the City to the Light Bulb – AM presenter”
Ivan Harbour

Ivan Harbour

Senior Partner, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
“From the City to the Light Bulb – PM presenter”
Note: The Sydney off-site program session details are still to be confirmed.

The development of contemporary high-rise office complexes must balance a number of competing factors: local building codes, occupant demands, development pro formas, architectural aspirations, public perception, and more. Naturally, the need to accommodate a large volume of workers has a major impact on how these tall building complexes manifest in the urban environment, particularly when they pursue high levels of environmental sustainability. The International Towers Sydney, a stunning trio of tall office buildings in Barangaroo South along the Sydney waterfront, house approximately 23,000 workers across 270,000 square meters of space, with energy saving façade elements and a strong relationship to the ground plane. Presentations here will investigate the underpinnings of a successful, energy efficient office complex, using the International Towers Sydney as a backdrop and case study.

Venue: Barangaroo South, Tower 3
Capacity: 30 Delegates

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Wednesday 1 November Schedule:

Morning Program Afternoon
8:30 am Arrival & Coffee 2:00 pm
8:55 am Welcome 2:25 pm
9:00 am Presentation 1 2:30 pm
9:20 am Presentation 2 2:50 pm
9:40 am Presentation 3 3:10 pm
10:00 am Q&A 3:30 pm
10:15 am Coffee Break 3:45 pm
10:45 am Tour of International Towers Sydney 4:15 pm
12:00 pm Delegates depart 5:30 pm

About This Program Location

International Towers Sydney Tower 3

About International Towers Sydney Tower 3

Constructed on a former container port, International Towers Sydney Tower 3 was part of the three building International Towers complex and part of the larger redevelopment of Barangaroo South into a new waterfront extension of Sydney’s Central Business District. International Towers was conceived as three sibling buildings with varying heights and specific design features to provide each building with its own identity. One of the identity markers is the in the arrangement and color of the vertical solar shades applied to the exterior facades, improving the thermal performance of the buildings as they were comprehensively designed with the context of their surroundings. The elevator cores were positioned to the northern edge of each building footprint, providing for expansive office… Read More

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