New Zealand is home to the nation’s first high rise tower. Adding to the charm, the new building – the Deolitte Center – has also achieved a 5-Star design rating with the New Zealand Green Building Council. The Deloitte center is a variety model in green architecture is a joint creation of architects Woods Bagot and Warren & Mahoney.
The headquarters of the Bank of New Zealand encompasses green renovation of a historic Auckland building and part new eco high rise. Making use of advanced building technologies, ventilating facades, energy monitoring and healthy office environments, the Deloitte Center is one of the premier eco commercial properties in NZ.
The centre replicates the popularity of the headquarters of the Bank of New Zealand with its eco-commercial structure. Advanced building technology, ventilatory facades, energy maintaining and healthy office environment highlight its quality.
The visual sight captures the beauty of Jean Batten Building, built in modern style, during 1942.The platform consists of a seven-storyed level of commercial office space, high end retail and café on top.
The vast underground parking area provides space to meet the needs of residents. From the platform, it escalates to the main office tower and the headquarters of the Bank of New Zealand, which is now known for its striking double ventilated glass façade.
The most dominant part is the interior design, which is a marvelous concept by the employees for an eco friendly environment. This shows the interest of the residents to have an eco balancing web around them.
Statistics show that out of 10, nine enjoy this innovative headquarters, 83% support the vegetative mood and 73% is on the brim of understanding the advantage of this new world of nature. The new center holds good reputation for its vegetative and eco friendly construction.