An equal world is an enabled world
Female artists performing in our lobbies
A festival for discovering mind blowing work by emerging artists
By Katie Lavidge, International Towers Wellness Partner
We all know by now the many benefits of mindfulness and how it can lower stress, increase happiness and make you an over-all better version of yourself. So why is it that so many people still don’t practice mindfulness on a daily basis? Simple, the rational brain is separate from the habitual brain. Rationally, we get it and know that practicing mindfulness on a regular basis will help in all aspects of our life. However, we are creatures of habit and if we don’t have the proper support systems in place to establish a new habit, odds are we won’t change… even if we know how good it is for us.
Colour The Streets returns to Barangaroo with a colourful program of events to celebrate queer culture and this year’s Mardi Gras theme ‘What Matters’
Sydney Conservatorium of Music performing at International Towers
In support of Bear Cottage
An Immersive Installation
The Future is Accessible
A tribute to Indigenous creativity
Have a chat and make new friends 'Over a Cuppa'
Sydney’s best buildings
Show your support for Australian veterans and their families
Design excellence in Australia
Help make sure that no young person goes through their cancer journey alone
It's book club but not as you know it.
The world's largest festival of light, music and ideas came to Barangaroo this year
Sydney’s newest suburb was included for the very first time in the line-up for Vivid Sydney 2016 with illuminated trails of installations skilfully woven amongst the intimate laneways surrounding International Towers and along the newly regenerated harbour foreshore.
Find out what happened at the past three events at Two International Towers
The TEDxSydney Salons were created as a way for the TEDxSydney community to remain engaged and connected. International Towers was selected to host the series of three unique events.
For an evening of music, design and storytelling
It was in early 2015 when Tim Ross found himself at a house party of a famous architect. That 'famous architect' turned out to be Lord Richard Rogers of Roger Stirk Harbour + Partners, the master mind behind the design of International Towers.