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PDG Corporation HQ Office

501 Tower is the refurbished – and renewed – octagonally shaped building that served as the former home of iconic Aussie airline, Ansett.
When originally constructed for Reg Ansett in 1978, no expense was spared. Built to the highest quality to be one of Melbourne’s premier office towers, it was well ahead of its time.
PDG’s goal was to ensure redevelopment and upgraded services would future-proof the landmark building – and transform it into one of Melbourne’s most innovative and enjoyable places to work. Glowing Structures designed a scheme that updated the feel of the lobby by using minimal downlights yet providing amble general lighting. By washing the feature walls this provided the majority of the light level required in the space with decorative Foscari Diesel floor lamps to add a more human scale ambient light to the seating area within the double height lobby.
Th scheme is timeless and creates the “future proof, innovative and enjoyable work places” as requested by PDG.

PDG Corporation HQ Office

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501 Tower is the refurbished – and renewed – octagonally shaped building that served as the former home of iconic Aussie airline, Ansett.
When originally constructed for Reg Ansett in 1978, no expense was spared. Built to the highest quality to be one of Melbourne’s premier office towers, it was well ahead of its time.
PDG’s goal was to ensure redevelopment and upgraded services would future-proof the landmark building – and transform it into one of Melbourne’s most innovative and enjoyable places to work. Glowing Structures designed a scheme that updated the feel of the lobby by using minimal downlights yet providing amble general lighting. By washing the feature walls this provided the majority of the light level required in the space with decorative Foscari Diesel floor lamps to add a more human scale ambient light to the seating area within the double height lobby.
Th scheme is timeless and creates the “future proof, innovative and enjoyable work places” as requested by PDG.