Culture at work
Grosvenor Place is recognised today as an iconic Australian architectural masterpiece. When Harry Seidler designed the building in 1982, he was truly ahead of his time in understanding the importance of space, views and light, and incorporating art and civic spaces into buildings.
The resulting structure is an architectural work of art designed for a successful work life balance in a stunning environment and proves once more why he is Australia’s most celebrated architect.
Culture at work today
Grosvenor Place is advantageously positioned alongside some of Sydney’s most important cultural institutions, including the Museum of Sydney, Museum of Contemporary Art and Customs House. Many top restaurants are a short walk away such as Rockpool, Saké and Quay.
Cultural experiences can be found in and around the building. Grab a coffee and lounge in the beautiful sunlit spaces within the lobby.
Our Piazza has recently come to life with the opening of the stunning outdoor dining space, Grand Dūk. This welcomes even more opportunities for business meetings, coffee breaks and lunches in a cultured outdoor setting.
Art exhibitions take place in the lobby, and Grosvenor Place is included in Sydney’s annual sound, music and light festival, VIVID Sydney.