32 Smith Street

32 Smith Street

Photographer: Sydney Site Photography

The design for 32 Smith Street delivers a world-class, leading-edge, workplace environment and civic space. Drawing inspiration from the nearby Parramatta River, the glazed, permeable design with its timber louvres and tree-lined terraces make it a beautiful place to work.

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Sydney, Australia


GPT Group


$230 million


30,700 sqm



Traditional Custodians

Dharug people

Photographer: Sydney Site Photography

Floating beneath the tower are ‘the pavilions’ – two organic pebble forms shaped by the pedestrian flow which establish the commercial lobby and restaurant and café spaces with full-height glazed windows. These elements provide a layer of activation to the ‘urban room’, seamlessly connecting the interior and exterior.

Part of the floor plane strategy was to open up the entire space to act as an extension of the interior. Uplift doors open vertically to allow for light penetration to flow in past mullions, while flooring materiality between the indoors and outdoors is without delineation or threshold lines.

Lifts have been positioned at the southern permitter, further articulating the building through the dynamic movement of boldly coloured lift cars and their counterweights.

Photographer: Sydney Site Photography
Photographer: Sydney Site Photography

The glass façade and glass lift atrium allow natural light deep into the floor plate and offer panoramic views for an unparalleled arrival experience.

Photographer: Sydney Site Photography
Photographer: Sydney Site Photography

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