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Commonwealth Bank Building

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Identification

Commonwealth Bank Building
100 King William Street
108724

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Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
concrete
light gray
modernism

Usages

commercial office

Facts

  • This building was the first of a series of buildings by Woods Bagot to be sited at an angle to the rectilinear grid of the city.
  • The building is representative of commercial architecture of the 1980s, with a granite clad banking chamber of a suitable scale to reflect the importance of the head office of the bank in the city.
  • The building received an award for its design in 1984 from the Royal Australian Institute of Architects (SA Chapter).
  • The building's foyer contains some noteworthy artwork such as 'guardian figure' by Greg Johns.

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Location

96-100 King William Street
100 King William Street
5000
Adelaide
South Australia
Australia

Technical Data

226.38 ft
209.97 ft
143.27 ft
142.98 ft
17
1
1981
1983
6
$32,500,000

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