The much anticipated Sixty Martin Place – a $1 billion, 33 storey commercial office development reaffirms Martin Place as the civic heart of Sydney’s CBD. The strikingly designed tower has a unique cantilevered form that overhangs a neighbouring church and provides views out over the Botanical Gardens and harbour.
An elegant and timeless wayfinding system is designed to respond to the building’s materiality and form.
An elegant and timeless wayfinding system is designed to respond to the building’s materiality and form. The finessed building identity has been optimised for more legible signage applications, whilst an understated signage design is implemented across internal atrium spaces, external identification signage, and End-of-Trip placemaking.
A suite of sophisticated wayfinding cues respect this important site and contribute to a new piece of civic architecture at the heart of Sydney.
Investa, Gwynvill Group
Hassell (Architecture, Interiors) Artee (Fabrication) Steve Brown (Photography)