Dig­i­tal art adds in­no­va­tive stroke

The Coffs Coast Advocate - - PRIME SITE - – Phil Bartsch

A DIG­I­TAL can­vas wrap­ping around the lift core is the cen­tre­piece of a $10 mil­lion foyer up­grade that brings the out­doors in­side a Bris­bane CBD of­fice tower.

The con­tem­po­rary state-ofthe-art ad­di­tion is in­te­grated into the re­cently re­fur­bished foyer at ISPT’s 24-level of­fice tower at 100 Creek St.

Its design in­spi­ra­tion is aimed at re­con­nect­ing ten­ants to the city’s sub­trop­i­cal sur­rounds.

Fea­tur­ing dou­ble height pivot door tech­nol­ogy the lobby opens up to seam­lessly meet the city streetscape and em­brace the Queens­land climate.

The up­grade also in­cludes new end-of-trip fa­cil­i­ties, en­try state­ments and sub­trop­i­cal gar­dens.

Sydney-based creative stu­dio Vandal de­liv­ered the foyer’s new fo­cal point, the dig­i­tal can­vas that fea­tures cu­rated con­tent en­ti­tled ‘El­e­ments of Queens­land’ that ex­hibits the name of the build­ing as dig­i­tal mor­ph­ing art by lo­cal artists.

The dig­i­tal can­vas show­cases in ex­cess of five hours of dig­i­tal art for each na­ture-in­spired artis­tic el­e­ment.

ISPT port­fo­lio man­ager for com­mer­cial ser­vices Craig Blake said ten­ants and guests have re­sponded well to the new 100 Creek St vi­sion.

Photo: Contributed

MA­JOR RE­VAMP: The re­cently re­fur­bished foyer at 100 Creek St, Bris­bane, com­plete with in­no­va­tive dig­i­tal can­vas.

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