300 George Street complex has been a collaboration between DBI, Zenx Architects and Cox Rayner. DBI was responsible for the design and coordination of the Podium elements and full documentation of the W Brisbane Hotel. The DBI Interiors team were responsible for the Retail Precinct, Executive Offices and BOH to Hotel.
Within the parameters of the Brisbane City Council planning scheme, the authors have sought to create an integrated mixed use development incorporating Retail, Five Star Hotel, an A-Grade Office Tower and a high quality Residential Tower. The buildings are united by a coherent and consistent material palette and by an aspiration to deliver a high quality, engaging pedestrian environment for the broader community. The nature and the scale of the project mean that it will be a significant intervention into the existing built fabric. 300 George Street seeks to engage the river visually, architecturally and poetically. It seeks to create a new transparent, welcoming and legible urban intervention incorporating a large scale poetic gesture to the Riverside Expressway and the Brisbane River.
Client Shayher Group
DBI Role Architecture, Landscape Design, Master Planning, Interior Design (Retail Precinct, Executive Offices, BOH to Hotel)
Commencement Date 2015
Completion Date February 2018
Site Area 7,892m2
Project Value AUD $200M (Hotel Tower, Podium, Basements)
Hotel - W Brisbane, 35 Storeys, 312 Guest Rooms
Residential Tower - The One, 82 Storeys, 467 Apartments
Commercial Tower - 300 George, 41 Storeys, 48,208 m² NLA
Retail - 4,600 m² NLA (incl. Balc)
Podium - 9,793m²
Car Parks - 921 car parks within 7 basement levels.