Opened in 2009 the John Hope Gateway Building has been designed by Edward Cullinan Architects with sustainability as a guiding principle.
Engineered timber is prominent, and is used both structurally and as a decorative feature. The laminated wood spiral staircase is a showcase for timber technology as well as being a beautiful structure.
A tour of the building provides an opportunity to find out about the timber technology used in the construction and some of the other environmental features of the building.
Architect: Edward Cullinan Architects
Building Date: 2009
Three tours will run each day at 11.30am, 2.30pm and 4.30pm; sign up on the day on a first come first served basis.