As a member of the International Towers community you’re probably very well aware of our deep commitment to sustainability in every corner of the precinct, and if you’ve been with us for a few months or more you may very well have already met our friends at Sydney-based CandleXchange – the circular economy venture on a mission to stop one million empty, single-use home fragrance containers and 100 tonnes of packaging waste ending up in landfill by 2030.
Specifically, the workplace community on Levels 30 and 31 of Tower Two has been identified as a watershed moment in workplace design which has redefined the meaning of how and where we work.
“Being recognised as one of the best workplaces ever created in the Indo-Pacific region over the past decade is an incredible honour,” says Tony Byrne, General Manager, International Towers. “It acknowledges the vision of Liam Timms and Robyn Lindsey in wanting to re-write the role of the workplace for smaller, growing enterprises, and validates our investments in creating one of the most progressive and sustainable workplaces in the country. It’s a genuine honour to be recognised in this way by one of the region’s leaders in design education and media.”
The ‘Best of the Decade’ award is a new era-defining accolade that honour the lasting impact of a single, influential piece of architecture or design in the Indo-Pacific. Open to entrants across the region, Best of the Decade | The Work Space recognises the exceptional execution of and lasting impact made by a single, influential piece of architecture or design.
Best of the Decade nominations are also open to a People’s Choice Awards, so please visit Inde.Awards Best of the Decade nominate Carpe Diem Community, International Towers as your choice for best work space!
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