One Central Park

“Designed by Award-Winning Parisian architect Jean Nouvel, and French artist and botanist Patrick Blanc; the towers frame the Sydney skyline – harbour, parkland, scraper and spire – with a curtain of foliage. This is green living utterly redefined. The revolutionary symbiotic planting and building concept for Sydney’s newest residence, is an integrated experience for living in harmony with the natural world. One Central Park is built around a beautiful, spacious park that will be the living heart of the new precinct. More than 6,400 square metres of parks and public spaces will welcome local communities into the heart of Central Park. Its two towers offer a choice of high-speed luxury. One Central Park West offers interiors by Smart Design Studio, and One Central Park East, features raw organic interiors by Koichi Takada. At the precinct, the garden climbs the side of the floor-to-ceiling glass towers to form a lush 21st century canopy. The effect is a tree house retreat – a hi-tech tower of epic proportions.”

Alpolic/fr was the specified ACM for this landmark project due to its sustainability, green rating, workability and Codemark Certification. Asteroid Metallic, Champagne Gold Metallic, Silver Metallic and Dark Grey Metallic were the colours of choice and allowed the building to maintain visual linkages to the surrounding industrial developments. Alpolic/fr green star rating played a pivotal role in the ACM selection process and has consequently assisted in One Central Park becoming one of Australia’s greenest and most self-sufficient mixed-use urban development, where sustainability is a way of life.

Awards won:
– ‘Best Tall Building’ 2014 award in the Asian and Australasian region, given out by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) based in Chicago, USA
Emporis Skyscraper Award 2013 – recognised as the fifth best skyscraper in the world

Project Name  One Central Park
Product  Alpolic
Colour  Asteroid Metallic, Champagne Gold Metallic, Silver Metallic and Dark Grey Metallic
Architect – PTW Architects and Jean Nouvel
Builder/Developer  Watpac
Fabricator  Composite Industries
Project Stage – Completed 2013
Location – Sydney, NSW