Atlassian has outlined the design of its new headquarters at Sydney’s proposed innovation and technology precinct after months of speculation.
The 40-storey building, which the company hopes will become the world’s tallest hybrid timber building when complete in 2025, will house some 4000 staff.
Designed by New York-based architects SHoP and Australian practice BVN, the tower will be wrapped in a glass and steel facade, offering a mixture of indoor and outdoor spaces.
It will have natural ventilation to maximise the building's energy efficiency in line with Atlassian’s renewable energy committments.
And contain a series of planted terraces, like this.
“This will be home to thousands of workers and the best new ideas. If you want to work in tech - this is the place you will want to be,” co-founder and co-chief executive Scott Farquhar said.