COMMUNITY

QV1 delivers a year-round calendar of events, education, experiences and entertainment all designed to engage with tenants and the public. The calendar is curated with our tenants at the heart and hopes to excite and engage.

To complement our calendar, we also have a strong focus on wellness. Our programme of activities and events are in support of work-life balance and build a welcoming and vibrant QV1 community environment. Events are held in various locations of the building including the QV1 Plaza, Conference Centre and lobby.

GreenChair Program

QV1 continues to build upon its industry-leading sustainability record, having achieved more than 70t Co2 savings – the equivalent emissions produced by driving 420,000km in a diesel car – through…

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QV1 STREETSCAPE WORKS UNDERWAY

You may have noticed some construction works happening around QV1 while we transform our front streetscape into a vibrant, connective space. Pedestrian access to QV1 is going to look a…

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NEW QV1 STREETSCAPE

QV1 is committed to enhancing its position as a vibrant meeting place for visitors and workers, with plans to undertake a multimillion-dollar streetscape project, commencing July.

The new streetscape will…

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New QV1 Lobby

Welcome to the new QV1 Lobby – a luxurious communal space that enables true connectivity.

The Lobby boasts specialised ribbon banquet seating that blends seamlessly, directing the flow of people…

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QV1 – 2022 Platinum Waterwise Building of the Year

QV1 has been recognised as one of Western Australia’s leading sustainable commercial towers after it was named the 2022 Platinum Waterwise Building of the Year.

QV1 was acknowledged for its…

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Introducing the QV1 Mini Electric Share Car

Our new 100% electric QV1 Share Car is here.

The iconic QV1 has received an injection of “clean-tech” as we have launched our new electric car share service as part…

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“The simple philosophy behind QV1 is that Perth will have a humanistic building – as opposed to another monument to commerce” – QV1 Architect, Harry Seidler 

We acknowledge the Whadjuk Noongar people as the Traditional Owners of the land. We pay our respect to elders past, present and emerging and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.