241 O'Riordan Street

241 O'Riordan Street

The interior architecture consists of a generous flow of daylit space connecting ground level areas, expressed with a rich contemporary materials palette of recycled timber, stone, marble and leather.

Architectus was engaged to produce an holistic design solution to reinvigorate and reposition an existing 20 000 m² commercial building located at the corner of O’Riordan and Robey Streets, Mascot, approximately 10 kms south of Central Sydney.

The building owners wanted to achieve PCA A-Grade facilities through the redevelopment in order to attract tenants seeking high quality and modern facilities within the Sydney Airport precinct.

The scope included the reconfiguration of the ground floor to include new concierge, lounge, cafe, gymnasium and end of trip facilities.

The upper floor office levels and amenities were also upgraded to achieve contemporary office spaces, PCA A-Grade facilities and BCA compliance. The existing top floor plant level was reconfigured into office floorspace with an expansive regional outlook and outdoor wintergarden.

The design approach rationalised the existing layout to increase transparency, activation and daylight while opening up the lobby to a new double-height space and secure entry.

Project Sheet

Project Summary

Mascot, NSW
Floor area
20 000 m² NLA
October 2014
Original value