We thought our readers might be interested to know that the winner of the Francis Greenway Architecture Award at 1 Proberts St, Camperdown, has recently gone onto the sale market. The architecturally designed, celebrated warehouse converted showroom was designed by renowned architects, Gordon Valich in 1999, and has since earned them the Francis Greenway Architecture […]
May 19th, 2008
We thought our readers might be interested to know that the winner of the Francis Greenway Architecture Award at 1 Proberts St, Camperdown, has recently gone onto the sale market.
The architecturally designed, celebrated warehouse converted showroom was designed by renowned architects, Gordon Valich in 1999, and has since earned them the Francis Greenway Architecture Award, the RAIA Merit Award for Conservation and Adaptive re-use 1999, as well as the Marrickville Medal for Conservation and Adaptive Re-use 1999.
The two story property is recognised in the industry for its design. Perfect for a furniture or textiles showroom, it boasts polished concrete flooring, expansive mezzanine and entertaining areas, and custom made fittings and furnishing throughout.
Anyone looking at acquiring a designer estate in a prime location, get on your horse.
Or to find out more, contact the selling agent.
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