History Of Building:
Built in 1930, 17 Thurlow Street is considered to be a rare and excellent example of Inter War Georgian architecture. Originally the home of Foster Clarks Custards & Jellies until in 1988 when it become home to Australian Artist and Icon Ken Done and his commercial Art operations.
Aesthetics of the Showroom:
The ground floor is unique and perfectly suited for a showroom or gallery space. A classic warehouse feel with wonderful ceiling height and the warmth of original timbers provide for an open space amongst strong textures and materials.
Polished concrete floors throughout and private amenities together with a wide glass street frontage are on offer.
East-Redfern offers a mixture of high quality commercial and residential projects attracted by its convenient position and close proximity to the shops, cafes and restaurants of Surry Hills and Danks Street, Waterloo.
17 Thurlow Street sits on a wide terrace lined Street located off Bourke Street prominently positioned on the eastern fringe of the City.
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