The building has subtle concave curvature to the east and west façades and a well defined plinth and top to the building.
This was the tallest building in Adelaide from 1966-1968.
This streamlined, modernist building was designed in consultation with Prof. Rolf Jensen, in line with the Reserve Bank's policy of involving the local Professor of Architecture in building projects.
This building is regarded as a notable exponent of the Functionalist and International style of architecture by the Royal Australian Institute of Architects.
In 2008 the building received a makeover which involved the creation of a new entrance foyer and conversion of office space on the ground floor into retail tenancies, the conversion of the basement banking vaults into carparking and the conversion of the air-conditioning plant rooms into office space.
The building was designed with the aim of avoiding the bland, featureless aesthetic of many office buildings at the time.
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