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PTW Architects, one of Australia’s longest continually running architectural companies, continues to develop its business in East Asia, leading key urban regeneration and architectural projects in the area that meet challenging programmatic and site problems.
Since its inception in 1889, PTW Architects has a long history of major, long-lasting, and well-resolved projects. This history is still visible in the architectural originality, diversity, and complexity of its regularly recognised work.
PTW Architects’ greatest asset is its workforce. PTW Architects’ 200 talented team members collaborate and cross-culturally in dynamic, multi-lingual teams of capability and expertise across a diverse range of sector project types in Architecture, Interior Design, and Urban Design, with the geographic advantage of interaction and experience between offices in Sydney, Beijing, Shanghai, Hanoi, and Ho Chi Minh City.
The design, development, and delivery process for each project is guided by concepts of design-led innovation and cooperation, with a focus on design quality, sustainability, and technology. They are essential to how they explore, analyse, and conceive each project in order to get a well-thought-out solution that is sensitive to public interests and develops civil environments for social life.
This enables PTW Architects to present not just proof for achievements that match the demands of the client and community expectations, but also for bold creative answers that transcend them.
PTW has been appointed as a local collaborating architect for Barangaroo’s One Sydney Harbour, in partnership with design architect Renzo Piano Building Workshop (RPBW) and Lendlease Design (Sydney). This new location will compete with some of the world’s most exclusive addresses with sweeping views of the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge.
PTW Interiors has been responsible for the project’s world-class residential interiors, which include foyers, shared dining and ‘club’ spaces, spa and pool areas, and several luxury unit typologies. Three rare and remarkable floors of penthouse and sub-penthouse are located at the peak of the first residential skyscraper.
This headquarters building had eight storeys and two basements, with a gross floor space of 25,500 square metres and a working population of up to 600 employees.
The design requirement from the customer was to create smartly planned areas with colourful appeal and indoor plants that give a wide range and blend of work situations.
The customer desired to combine 12 brands within a single repurposed structure. Their European headquarters desired to transition to ABW practises, with the goal of lowering the size of individual offices to make room for additional meeting and collaboration areas.
The opening of the new headquarters heralds the beginning of a whole new world of work that will be more connected, nimble, healthier, and digital.
The project’s goal was to build a cutting-edge headquarters for the government-owned phone business in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City. The headquarters houses all of the company’s departments.
The design prioritised the ability of workers to pin up in the space with neighbouring communal walls. Depending on the Department, colour and texture are accentuated.
PTW was hired to refurbish 517 guest rooms at the Four Seasons Hotel Sydney, setting the highest standards in luxury travel and hospitality. MIM finished the concept design. Following that, PTW was asked to do a value engineering study, which resulted in design development, contract paperwork, and site attendance for the 517 rooms.
The upgrade was created to enhance guests’ overall experience of Sydney and its foreshore, with finishes evoking the weatherboard cottages of the Rocks and harbour, enriched by the lush velvet and rich colours of the harbour, and layouts that maximise the panoramic city, Sydney Opera House, Circular Quay, and Harbour Bridge views.
This newly finished hospitality project for Tradies Caringbah was inspired by the seashore to create a modern, ecologically responsible, and family-friendly design. Level 3 function room and bar; level 2 food and beverage facilities and kids club; ground floor rehabilitation of the bars, gaming area, and reception; lobby for a new gym fit out on level 1; and façade refurbishment was all part of the four-level project.
All interior design components and finishes were carefully chosen for their sustainability and potential to attain the highest possible Green Star rating.
Melia Hotel is a four-star hotel located in Ninh Binh, a remarkable nature reserve with a rich cultural past in northern Vietnam.
PTW was hired to offer comprehensive interior design services for three different types of guestrooms, as well as the main public areas, which included the main lobby, circulation spaces, bars, restaurants, a lounge area, and a lively kids club.
The customer commissioned PTW to collaborate with the Accor company to design a city hotel in the beachside city of Vung Tau.
While focusing on creating a MICE venue for adjacent Ho Chi Minh City, the design idea conveys the sense of the coastal location and materials of the seaside environment. The new 80-room hotel joins to an existing 49-room hotel to provide a major convention and meeting venue with Vung Tau.
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