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Grimshaw Unveils Sustainable Glass Office Building in the Heart of Sydney

View from Above. Image Courtesy of Grimshaw Architects and Crone Partners
View from Above. Image Courtesy of Grimshaw Architects and Crone Partners

Sydney's historic George Street is about to receive a major facelift with the soon-to-be built 333 George Street, an 18 storey mixed use office and retail tower. Designed by Grimshaw Architects and executive architects Crone Partners for Australian property developer Charter Hall, the minimal glass and steel tower will contrast the historic structures on Sydney's well-preserved original high street, with a 15 storey 12,500 square metre contemporary office tower tower atop a three storey 2,100 square metre retail podium.

Read on after the break for more on Sydney's newest tower.

Roof Terrace View. Image Courtesy of Grimshaw Architects and Crone Partners Roof Terrace View. Image Courtesy of Grimshaw Architects and Crone Partners Street View with Tram Cars. Image Courtesy of Grimshaw Architects and Crone Partners Street Level View. Image Courtesy of Grimshaw Architects and Crone Partners

Orange Regional Museum Winning Proposal / Crone Partners

Organically revealing itself from the ground, the Crone Partners' winning design for the Orange Regional Museum aims to respectfully integrate a new building and program to the existing cultural precinct. Additionally, the architects intend to create a new identity whilst strengthening current civic conditions within the site. More images and architects’ description after the break.

The Good House / Crone Partners

  • Architects: Crone Partners
  • Location: Sandringham, Victoria, Australia
  • Director/ Designer: Matthew Smith
  • Developer/ Contractor: Good Constructions
  • Project Year: 2010
  • Photographs: Derek Swalwell & Peter Clarke, Courtesy of Crone Partners

© Derek Swalwell & Peter Clarke © Derek Swalwell & Peter Clarke © Derek Swalwell & Peter Clarke © Derek Swalwell & Peter Clarke