Australia 108 is set to become Australia’s highest high-rise tower when it completes in late 2019.

With prestigious architects Fender Katsalidis designing this iconic landmark in Melbourne’s Southbank precinct, it will contain 1,105 apartments across 100 floors over 319 metres. A selection of the unprecedented residential facilities include dining and function spaces, virtual golf, theatrettes, pools, spas, sauna and steam rooms, gymnasiums as well as an extensive barbeque terrace.

Shapeair worked closely with the mechanical contractor to design solutions that would be used, in particular with the linear bar grilles. Throughout this process, it was imperative that the bespoke natural and design of Australia 108.

Linear Bar Grille

The original and stylish design of the Shapeair Linear Bar Grille with the 12mm flange was chosen for its discreet appearance, allowing for the air diffusion within the exceptional residential apartments to compliment one-another.

Shapeair’s Linear Bar Grille provided on residential apartments

Half Chevron Louvres

One of the first things noticed when residents enter the lobbies is the lobby relief louvres. Having to overcome the greater sizes required in projects of this size, a series of innovative solutions were implemented using high-quality extruded aluminium sections to cater for hinged access requirements, as well as a variety of heights and air flow requirements.