Monday, December 14, 2009

Booth House

Booth House
The nine storey building at 44 Bridge Street in the Sydney CBD is known as Booth House and was constructed in 1937-38. It is an intact example of the interwar Functionalist style office building designed by Brewster and Manderson.

It is one of only a few such office buildings in Sydney's CBD. Named Booth House after the owners Frederick H. Booth & Sons, it housed several offices and wool brokers.

The interior has been substantially altered largely due to the conversion of former office spaces. Restaurants were introduced to the basement and ground floor in 1975 and 1977.

Facade detail

Booth House facade

View from Young Street

View from Young street

Source Sydney Heritage Listings

More Art Deco inforamtion can be found on the DecoWorks Pty Ltd website.

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