Atlassian, a leading Australian software development company, is planning to construct a 40-story headquarters tower in Sydney. Anchoring a new technology precinct, the project is expected to be the tallest hybrid timber building in the world when it opens in 2025. Designed by SHoP Architects and BVN Architecture, the zero-emission facility will utilize only renewable energy and is targeting a 50 percent reduction in embodied carbon and energy consumption as compared to a conventional structure. Accommodating 4,000 employees, the tower will house four-story 'habitats' that each contain a naturally ventilated park, with advanced building systems enabling that ventilation to permeate the floor plates. The structure will be comprised of cross-laminated timber and concrete components framed by a steel exoskeleton. A sophisticated façade will feature integrated photovoltaic panels for onsite energy generation and an intelligent self-shading system.