During the planning phase a strong emphasis was put on combining civic and commercial architecture together, which have long been detached in Australian designs.
Looking from George Street, the building may actually seem to be twin towers, when if fact it is one, divided by flat, perpendicular column.
The building features a glass-walled atrium with a rooftop skylight.
In keeping with its historic surroundings, the streetscape maintains the visual logic of its neighbours, incorporating 3 restored heritage buildings dating from 1859. The building's distinctive design and prominent position make it a feature of Sydney's western skyline.
The inner courtyard features a shower of water swinging from a 12 meters high steel pendulum.
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