Evolution of Argyle Street
July 25 2008
A varied treatment of stone and slate breaks the monotony of curtain walling and successfully details the curved and angular sections of build elements. A graceful retail curve connecting through to Oswald St, making for an interesting anchor piece at Hope St. Neon accentuated floor levels act as visually impressive consideration of after hours impact. Height is dictated by the prevailing standard in the neighbouring vicinity, disappointing in such a landmark site where opportunity existed to punch above this datum. Building out the available footprint has maximised floorplates but represents lapsed opportunity to punch through to Midland St.
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