25 King

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Height: Occupied
34.4 m / 113 ft
Height: To Tip
46.8 m / 153 ft
Height: Architectural
46.8 m / 153 ft
25 King Outline
Floors Above Ground
Floors Below Ground
Tower GFA
14,921 m² / 160,608 ft²
Development GFA
16,455 m² / 177,120 ft²
# of Parking Spaces


Official Name 25 King
Other Names 5 King
Structure Type Building
Status Completed
Country Australia
City Brisbane
Street Address & Map 25 King Street
Postal Code 4006
Building Function office
Structural Material timber/concrete
Energy Label 6 Star Green Star; 5.0 Star NABERS Energy Rating; WELL Platinum Core & Shell Certification
Proposed 2012
Construction Start 2017
Completion 2018

Companies Involved

Owner Impact Investment Group Pty Ltd
Developer Lendlease Corporation
Design Bates Smart
Structural Engineer
Design Aurecon; Lendlease Corporation
MEP Engineer
Design Aurecon
Project Manager Lendlease Corporation
Main Contractor Lendlease Corporation
Other Consultant
• Acoustics Aurecon
• Code McKenzie Group Consulting
Façade G.James Glass and Aluminium Pty. Ltd
• Fire Aurecon
• Property Management JLL
• Sustainability Aurecon
• Traffic TTM Consulting
Material Supplier
• Structural Timber WIEHAG GmbH; Stora Enso Wood Products Oy Ltd

CTBUH Initiatives

CTBUH Australia Hosts Commercial Timber: 25 King Street
26 Jul 2018 – Event Report

Tall Timber: A Global Audit
26 Jun 2017 – CTBUH Research


Timber Rising | Philip Vivian
1 Oct 2020 – Philip Vivian, Bates Smart

25 King Street, Brisbane - A Visionary Timber Building
20 May 2019 – Aurecon

Interview: Philip Vivian
30 Oct 2017 – Philip Vivian, Bates Smart

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Videos Related to 25 King

Timber Rising | Philip Vivian
1 Oct 2020 – Timber Rising; Philip Vivian, Bates Smart
Designing Tall Mass Timber Office Buildings: 25 King, Brisbane, & 55 Southbank, Melbourne
25 King Street, Brisbane - A Visionary Timber Building
20 May 2019 – Other Videos; Aurecon
Aurecon describes some of the principles that helped provide environmental sustainability, health and wellness, and occupant comfort through their structural design of 25…
Interview: Philip Vivian
30 Oct 2017 – 2017 Australia Conference Interviews; Philip Vivian, Bates Smart
Philip Vivian of Bates Smart is interviewed by Chris Bentley during the 2017 CTBUH Australia Conference.
The Tall Timber Office: A Tale of Two Buildings in Australia
30 Oct 2017 – Presentation at CTBUH 2017 Australia Conference; Philip Vivian, Bates Smart
While there have been many proposals for tall timber buildings around the world, they are typically residential or student accommodation. Australia is at the forefront…

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Research Papers

Tall + Urban Innovation 2020: Dominant Trends
Mar 2020 – CTBUH Journal 2020 Issue II

Shaping Australia’s Tall Tower Design And High Livability Standards
30 Oct 2017 – CTBUH Journal, 2017 Issue IV

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