Charter Hall – Sydney CBD

May 09, 2022

Charter Hall is a leading property investment management company that drives value and mutual success to bring aspirations to life. They own one of Sydney’s most prestigious buildings. 

Located at 167 Macquarie Street, this building offers spectacular views across the Royal Botanic Gardens and Sydney Harbour. Criterion were able to capture Charter halls values of creating positive outcomes for all, through successfully contributing to their state of the art fit out situated in the Sydney CBD.

Charter Hall have held a high reputation of harnessing innovation and technology to connect people with place.  Through their active asset management they build genuine environments that foster the tenant’s wellbeing and belonging. Criterion rose to the challenge of matching this vision and capturing the majestic design.

The Specified Fitouts on Levels 11 and 15 utilised Criterion’s Svelte 75 partition suites throughout the project in conjunction with our Slimline Barwon Aluminium Doors. The amazing Svelte 75  curved partitions was a featured highlight of this project - these unique meeting rooms offered a good level of privacy for meetings and huddles, with maximum style and comfort.

Working with Siren Design and Renascent, Criterion provided the glazed partitions and doors by opting with a slim fit to form a minimalistic space. The partitions contractor was ITXCEL, who did an amazing job installing our sections, which were powdercoated in Dulux Mannex Black Texture and stood out against the faded grey tiles and blue-grey wall color. The glazing reflected the warm lights through the fit out adding a classy appeal.

One of the key project requirements was to embody a minimalistic frame appearance and door profile size. This was achieved using Criterions Barwon Slimline door and Svelte 75 partitions suite.

The Svelte Suite is both dignified and subtle, enhancing the majestic interior to create a timeless environment. The curved U-channel throughout the fit out created both, uniting privacy and an effective barrier for productive meetings.

Photos: Tyrone Branigan

Author: Alana Mackenzie


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