New Australian headquarters for Reliance Worldwide

Sunday 28 Aug 2005

New corporate headquarters for Reliance Worldwide by Biscoe Wilson Architects

Reliance Worldwide, recently commissioned architect Biscoe Wilson, to build their new corporate headquarters in Brisbane, Australia. The two storey office building has been designed to present a modern dynamic identity, where visitors are met with a sinuous curved glass curtain wall bisecting a pond, reinforcing the company’s global long term success in water management. Passive ESD design techniques allow a high bay braced portal frame and only nine internal columns. Lots of natural light and good ventilation are made possible by the use of 8.5m eaves. The design also includes extensive concrete hard stand and vehicle manoeuvring areas, and car parking for 135.

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