The colourful, ground-breaking inner workings of Sydney’s iconic skyscraper, Chifley Tower, will be on show for the first time in a rare photographic exhibition during February and March. The ‘Heart of Chifley’ exhibition, by architectural photographer John Fryz, literally captures the engine room of the 42-level marble and glass building, which sits at the financial centre of Sydney. The intimate glimpse into the grand building is part of a celebration highlighting the adaptability and modernisation of a classic tower that dominates the Sydney skyline. The 20 striking images are on display in the vast foyer areas of the building and can be viewed from 8am to 6pm until 18th March. Entry is free.
DETAILS: What: ‘Heart of Chifley’ Photographic Exhibition Where: The Bent Street foyer of Chifley Tower When: Launches 8th February ENDS 18th March About Chifley Tower: Chifley Tower, located at 2 Chifley Square, Sydney, is bounded by Hunter, Phillip and Bent Streets and dominates an area which has become the focus for the city’s financial services and legal communities. Designed to sit in harmony with its surroundings Chifley Tower makes the most of sweeping harbour and city views. Its height, shape and contours compliment the local environment to ensure it fits in while standing out. There are 42 levels occupied by law firms, financial institutions and major corporates. Within the building and fronting Chifley Square, Chifley Plaza includes a selection of international and national retailers, an extensive food court, service shops and accessible public space. Renowned restaurant Azuma operates from the building.