Brett Boardman|Brett Boardman|Brett Boardman|Brett Boardman|Brett Boardman|Brett Boardman|Brett Boardman||8 Chifley’s red sway braces sets it apart from neighbouring buildings|Dividing the building in two vertically creates a substantial terrace|The terrace, an outdoor meeting space with glorious views of Sydney|The main entrance, its lobby a glass box suspended from 32 steel wires|Fire-engine-red bracing weaves its way up the side of the building|Raising up the building creates an imposing public plaza at the base|Steel bracing soars upwards around the glass atrium reception space||
05 Feb 2014

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners’ Sydney tower

Words by James McLachlan

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