Located on a triangular site at the waters’ edge on Grand Canal Basin, this 16 storey development is part of Googles’ European campus.

As one of the tallest buildings in a low lying city, the mass of the composition is relieved by its disaggregation into two distinct elements - the strongly expressed 16 storey tower along the northern boundary and the lower wedge shaped element abutting it to the south.

Generous landscaped terraces are provided on the roof of the wedge and at strategically located set-backs to the street side of the building, affording spectacular views across the city skyline.

Montevetro is designed as a truly sustainable building. Directly adjacent to a local rail station, the building is engineered to achieve a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating with solar control and shading to facades, water conservation and recycling measures in the services areas and state of the art energy efficient lighting and air conditioning systems throughout.