The articulated appearance of the façade is most noticeable when approached from the street. The deep façade uses light and shadow to develop the rhythm of the bays and projections.
The elevation design and the use of the same materials have created a building with one cohesive identity that is reinforced by the vaulted zinc roof and supported by six-storey height external pillars.
The prime office accommodation forms the largest portion of the building on the east side with 118,000ft² of floor area situated within central flexible service cores. There are high-quality retail units on the ground-floor and 22 luxury residential apartments on the west side.
Modern art is a key feature within the architecture: the Seymour Street reception area features two internal veil glass and steel structures by Danny Lane. Between the residential and office blocks is the Nexus sculpture by Robert Orchardson.