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110 St Vincent Street

110 St Vincent Street 110 St Vincent Street 110 St Vincent Street 110 St Vincent Street 110 St Vincent Street

Designed in the 1920s by architect James Miller, whose work was influenced by American neoclassical commercial architecture, his building with an A-Listed facade has been transformed into a nine-storey office complex. Along with the elegant, classical exterior, the existing lavishly detailed ground-floor banking hall has been retained,. New floors have been added above and on the top floor a terrace has been created and a penthouse has been built using structural glass to provide panoramic views across the city.

One of the biggest challenges of the project was fitting a new steel frame within the retained facades. The new building also has intelligent high-speed passenger lifts, and underground parking, facilities made possible by a unique hoist which combines a car lift with an integral turntable.

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Photographer: Holmes Partnership

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