Wednesday, 10 September 2008

Deutsche Bank Place

This is one of the few modern buildings in the city that I really like. It boasts a massive open foyer with fountains, flowers and cafes and a stunning lift lobby. Like Chifley Square (yesterday's post) it lives in the big end of town - the area that houses lawyers, bankers and politicians. It also has a planted and grassed area, visible through the windows above the cafes (below), which is presumably for staff as it does not seem to be accessible from the street.

4 comments:

Julie said...

See I simply dont get down that end of town very much at all. I tend to slum it in the 'burbs.

This looks very posh and inviting however ...

Eki Akhwan said...

I like the sleek and futuristic look about it. The interior looks grand too. NIce picture.

This is my first visit to your blog. So, greetings and introduction from me and my blog from Bandung, Indonesia. It would be an honor if you cold also visit my blog.

Regards,
Eki

Lawstude said...

Lovely capture of a cosmopolitan place.

Thanks for the birthday greetings. I truly appreciate it. Linked your blog too. Take Care.

Dina said...

Sydney has such beautiful new tall buildings. We don't have skyscrapers in Jerusalem. Even though I grew up in Chicago, I don't like big cities. But somehow Sydney is different. Walking in the CBD always feels friendly and civilized.
Thanks for these latest posts on the big end of town.