The state-of-the-art 90 storey Brisbane Skytower is Brisbane’s newest landmark apartment building.
Brisbane Skytower sets a new benchmark for the design of tall buildings in Brisbane’s central business district.
The entirely new above street level apartment building has been designed by highly awarded architects Noel Robinson Architects.
The design was cognisant of the completed stage one below ground-level car park and base build structure that informed the location for the new above ground tower and service core for the new tower design.
The previous design for the tower included a combined hotel and apartment building on this site, which for various reasons was reworked into one single residential apartment tower by Noel Robinson Architects.
The 274 m height of Brisbane Skytower was governed by Pan OPS and OLS requirements set by the operations of the Brisbane Airport Corporation .
Brisbane Skytower contains 1141 residential apartments and penthouses with unparalleled panoramic views, and boasts the Southern Hemisphere’s tallest roof top infinity edge swimming pool.
The building includes outstanding recreational facilities, a professional gym and health spa.
There is also an office component on level one, a kindergarten on the podium, as well as premium ground floor retail tenancies that connect to a new cross-site link to Mary Street called Mary Lane.
Bates Smart were design architects for the basement car park and substructure excluding the core.
Bates Smart were responsible for the original concept design on site for a single hotel and apartment tower (but not realised).
Noel Robinson Architects were the design architects for the tower above street level.
Noel Robinson Architects were responsible for the PPR documentation to 85% for a Design and Construct contract.
Noel Robinson Architects’ design received the town planning approval for the constructed building.
Nettleton Tribe were the architects engaged by Hutchinson Builders for the builders additional construction documentation based on Noel Robinson Architects PPR documentation.
Noel Robinson Architects were engaged to peer review the progressive construction, as well as an internal redesign from level 82 to level 90.
Maximus were the interiors designers for the public spaces.
Billbergia’s internal architects together with Noel Robinson Architects were responsible for the internal apartment planning.
Hutchinson Builders executed the building contract.
Urbis were the town planning consultants.