变革性策略打造全新昆士兰公共办公场所|Revolutionising Queensland’s public service with a ‘transformative workplace’ strategy
Australia’s largest government integration project, 1 William Street is the most significant change in the government workplace in a generation:1)Accommodates nearly 5000 government employees relocated from 23 sites. 2)50 per cent reduction in files, stationery and stored materials. 3)41 levels of open plan workspace. 4)95 per cent staff satisfaction (i)
▼大楼位于布里斯班河边，引领整个城市的天际线，the building is located on the Brisbane River and leads the skyline of the entire city.
Woods Bagot公司将为昆士兰州政府设计这全新的工作场所，这里成为一个“联合”点聚集来自23个地区、21个政府机构的近5,000名员工，设计团队和物业经理们都认为 “能否给使用者带来快乐” 是衡量该设计是否成功标准。这座41层的建筑容纳了昆士兰的众多政府部门与部长办公室。公务员的集合办公将为政府节省大量资金，同时还可促进各部门及其员工间的变革文化发展。其中带来的潜在好处更多：增加各部门间的合作与互动，快乐的人将带来更多的生产力，更多优秀的公共服务经验，以及通过与私营部门竞争培养最高素质的人才。
Woods Bagot’s compelling new workplace for the Queensland Government co-locating nearly 5,000 people from 23 sites and 21 government agencies into a single, ‘connected’ location, has celebrated its first year of occupancy, with the building’s property manager affirming “happy occupants” a measure of its design success.The 41-storey building accommodates the Queensland Government Executive and ministerial offices and numerous government departments. As well as making significant savings through the efficient co-location of public servants, the government’s intention was to foster and support a culture of change across its departments and its workforce. The potential benefits were numerous: greater collaboration and interdepartmental interaction, happier people, improved productivity, positive public experience of aligned government services, and the ability to compete with the private sector for the highest calibre talent
▼360度的全景立面为建筑内部带来充足的自然采光，daylight to flood the floor plate while capitalising on 360 degree views
Driven by the principles of best practice workplace, the interior design led an integrated approach that informed the building’s architectural form. The response supports the organisational shift from government to corporate with a large scale plate connected across three-floor villages that results in an efficient and highly productive workplace for team members focused on achieving the best outcomes for the people of Queensland.Encouraging transparency and collaboration, the workplace interior strategy was designed around a central core that allows daylight to flood the floor plate while capitalising on 360 degree views. Social spaces and agile, open plan collaboration spaces enhance employee connection and collegiality.Connectivity on and between floors was a key driver to fulfilling the brief. The integrated fitout is arranged around a series of vertically stacked three-level atria (villages) that form a series of community sky gardens functioning as informal working hubs and the social space for each of the floor plates. Wider corridors -laneways through the core are designed to allow for easy movement across the floor plate and to accommodate integrated breakout spaces- which give opportunity for chance encounters to extend into impromptu collaboration.
▼入口大堂的砂岩墙壁参考了国会大厦，the sandstone walls of the lobby reference Parliament House
▼入口门厅与室外环境相结合，the entrance foyer which floats as a continuous ground plane from the outside in
Woods Bagot首席设计师Bronwyn McColl描述了大楼楼层和空间规划的意义：它将带来更加高效的工作环境，彻底改变昆士兰公共服务的运作方式。这个动态的工作场所是根据效率和用户体验作为标准进行设计的。社交，协作和会议空间集中在中庭布置，旨在鼓励更多的互动，减小阶层感，同时为职员带来更多令人舒适的元素：自然光、植物以及建筑外的风景。McColl认为一切设计皆是为了使人们享受这里的工作环境，并且变得更加高效和具有满足感。人们在更美好的工作环境中往往会产生更多的成果。
Woods Bagot principal Bronwyn McColl described the significance of floor plate and spatial planning to provide an efficient and highly productive workplace environment revolutionising how the Queensland public service works.The dynamic of the workplace was analysed and tested against efficiency and user experience criteria. Social, collaboration and meeting spaces are centralised around the atrium to encourage greater interaction, hierarchies are minimised and the things that make us feel good – natural light, plants, views out of the building – are maximised.”It’s the expression of a simple idea. We wanted people to enjoy coming to work and to become more productive, which also feels more satisfying. When you give people great facilities to work in and share, they take pride in their workplace and there are undoubtedly better outcomes for the state,” said Ms McColl.
▼可观赏布里斯班河景的大厅休息区，lobby seating area with views of Brisbane River
▼上层办公区域中的职员协作空间，staff collaboration space in the upper office area
The project benefited from a great state sponsor driving the vision and allowing boundaries to be pushed with the fitout, although it took some time. A year, in fact, of testing and pushing of boundaries to come up with the final brief. The flexibility and forethought in the design provides a design legacy that allows the public service to move to a fully agile environment in the future.”The government had great foresight and knew what they wanted to achieve, but not how. The real challenge was shifting the Queensland public service so far from where it was to set this new benchmark,” said Ms McColl.
▼整体内部结构围绕垂直堆叠的三层中庭布置，如同形成一座空中花园， the integrated fitout is arranged around a series of vertically stacked three-level atria (villages) that form a series of community sky gardens
▼这个“绿色”聚集点作为职员们的非正式的聚集空间连接协作区和会议室，‘green’ central gathering points from which informal gathering spaces lead into collaborative work zones and meeting rooms
将户外体验引入室内|Interiors scheme brings the outside in
The overarching design concept for the interiors is informed by biomimicry – a design approach that examines nature’s design methods to generate new spatial solutions. Biomimicry techniques were applied to develop colour, pattern, texture and structure – creating a unique and dynamic interior experience. Dedicated themes and visual markers are based on naturally occurring phenomena and are used to demarcate space as a means of wayfinding. Indoor landscaping has been incorporated to activate and ‘green’ central gathering points from which informal gathering spaces lead into collaborative work zones and meeting rooms.
▼在室内中庭眺望远处的美景，looking out into the distance in the indoor patio
Drawing on the surrounding and broader Queensland landscape, the interiors scheme brings the outside in with the application of natural colours, materiality, patterns and texture. The sandstone walls of the lobby reference Parliament House while the QUT forecourt inspired the stone ground floor foyer which floats as a continuous ground plane from the outside in – it’s a modern interpretation sympathetic to the need to create a place to stand the test of time.Building on a neutral base palette and spotted gum timber, each level of the building takes different cues from the right across the state’s diverse native flora and fauna. The floors are created as visual markers, bringing people to an identifiable floor where a sense of ownership and place is enhanced.
▼利用仿生学设计方法将室外自然中的颜色、材料、图案和纹理引入到室内，the interiors scheme brings the outside in with the application of natural colours, materiality, patterns and texture
JLL的物业经理John McBeath称，威廉街1号是一座很棒的建筑物，其在不到12个月的时间里已经超越了预期的可持续发展目标，“威廉街1号就是一栋运营良好且能给使用者带来快乐的完美建筑。”它也是布里斯班最新的六星级绿色高级写字楼，获了As Built v3六星的评级，和建筑现有的5.5星级NABERS能源等级。这一评级已代表其拥有可持续建筑实践中的“世界领导力”。
John McBeath, JLL’s property manager, commends 1 William Street as a great building to manage and one that has outstripped its sustainability performance goals in under 12 months.”A building that works well operationally is one that has happy occupants, and 1 William Street works well in both those regards.1 William Street is Brisbane’s newest 6 Star Green Star premium office tower achieving an As Built v3 6 Star Green Star rating to complement the building’s existing 5.5 Star NABERS energy rating. The rating represents ‘World Leadership’ in environmentally sustainably building practices.
▼观景走廊将场地与周围环境联系起来，view corridors that connect the site to its surroundings
Innovative features that contribute to its impressive sustainability performance including façade sunshades that vary depending on aspect and sun exposure, automatic blind controls, LED lighting throughout the office areas, rainwater and condensation collection for landscape irrigation and lift energy regeneration.Dominating the Brisbane skyline, the building is a distinctive emblem for the city positioned within an invigorated public realm and mixed use lifestyle precinct that connects the CBD to the Brisbane River.At ground level, the building is lifted so that it appears to float over a dynamic network of pedestrian and view corridors that connect the site to its surroundings. The form of the tower is angled away from the Brisbane CBD; it sits sensitively within the immediate CBD context while looking west towards inland Queensland, symbolising inclusion and an ethic of an open, engaged and progressive public service.
▼12层平面图，12nd floor plan
▼13层平面图，13rd floor plan
▼14层平面图，14th floor plan
Location: Brisbane, Australia
Managed by: JLL
Architecture, Workplace Architecture, Workplace Interior Design: Woods Bagot
Consultant change managers: Shape Consulting
Workplace strategy: Calder Consulting
Status: Completed 2017
Fully tenanted by the Queensland Government (excluding retail areas)
Tower GFA: 120,000 square metres
Height to Top of Spire: 254.76m | 266.76 RL Spanning 44 levels (41 occupied above ground, 3 below) Comprises 75,000 square metres of Premium Grade NLA commercial space 8 retail tenancies spanning from 108 to 434 square metres
Parking spaces ：318
Extensive end-of-trip facilities including: 582 spaces for bicycles – Pushbike Arc, Pushbike Cradle and Pushbike Hoop 560 square metres devoted to shower and changing facilities including 60 showers and 467 lockers (i) “7 Lessons from a Winning Transition, One William Street Change Program”
Project size：120000 m2