Continuing the Time & Place ideology of experience driven development, Bourke and Bowden focuses on resetting the suburban office model. Our collaboration with John Wardle Architects with interiors by Flack Studios, is the most ambitious and future forward building at the epicentre of Alexandria, a rapidly rejuvenating neighbourhood.
Time & Place and John Wardle Architects vision has created an experiential precinct informed by Alexandria’s industrial past. The office space will encourage a workplace community, with a touchless digitally enabled infrastructure, flexible working zones, a large street-level culinary experience, central courtyard and rooftop entertaining area.
Design-led social amenity offers the contemporary worker outdoor areas, mixed mode areas, traditional office spaces and connection to a thriving local community.
Rethinking the office experience from a neighbourhood perspective, Bourke and Bowden is a new generation of building designed for work and life, fostering creativity and connectivity for the next generation of worker. The focus here is creating experiences that enhances the wellbeing and productivity of its occupants, stimulates the senses, promotes creativity and enhances human interaction.
Bourke and Bowden's 8,000sqm site is located 4km south of Sydney’s CBD, close to local rail links, surrounded by parklands, galleries, and numerous cafes and restaurants. In our commitment the site and its highly sought-after positioning, we have started construction on the project ahead of the pre-leasing process.
The way we work is forever evolving. Bourke and Bowden is made for change.