The east façade bulges out slightly from its base, reaching its maximum width at the top floors.
The curved and twisted shape of east façade is aimed to correspond spatially with Sydney Opera House.
Aurora Place was the winner of prestigious 2002 Property Council of Australia Rider Hunt Award, handled out for technical and financial qualities.
The building has an unusual geometric shape where not one panel was parallel to any grid.
The steel spire attached to north facade is 75m in length.
The exterior glass curtain-wall extends beyond the main frame, creating an illusion of its independence.
Purchase transaction completed January 2001 for $485 million.
The assumptions of a planned tower were first presented to the Central Sydney Planning Committee in 1996, when three main architecs: Mark Carroll, Shunji Ishida and Renzo Piano put forward the innovative project.
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