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Goldsbrough House

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Identification

Goldsbrough House
171682

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Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
concrete
sandstone
applied masonry
chicago school

Usages

commercial office department store

Facts

  • In 1988, the majority of the building was demolished to make way for the Myer Centre development.
  • The façade is constructed of golden Bondi stone.
  • The ground floor and first floor are dominated by giant order Ionic columns which, with attendant balconettes and façade setback, create a strong visual relief in contrast to the austere appearance of the upper floors.
  • The majority of the building was demolished, but the façade and the internal lift lobbies and stairwell were retained.
  • The building was originally seven levels, but an additional floor was added in 1936.
  • The façade is finely finished with sandstone detailing and ashlar cladding, which is terminated visually by a cornice.
  • This building is state heritage listed.
  • The building is of architectural note due to its quality design, detailing and use of materials.

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Location

172-174 North Terrace
172-174 North Terrace
5000
Adelaide
South Australia
Australia

Technical Data

114.83 ft
8
1935
1935
1936

Involved Companies

F. Kenneth Milne

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Features & Amenities

  • City landmark
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