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