This might be the first time you’ve heard Elenberg Fraser say this but at their new mixed-use project at 134 Spencer Street there’s actually less than meets the eye. Well, kind of. It’s true that the responsive approach to precinct regeneration sets a new bar for mixed-use developments. One could even say that this building, which sits directly in front of Southern Cross station – the first thing people see when arriving – will anchor the increased westerly shift of the CBD, heralded by the regeneration of Docklands, Fishermen’s Bend and Southbank. But believe them – the twists and turns of this new project belie its pure and simple, first principles rationale – Occam himself would be proud. This project is the culmination of their significant research into how to best work with individual site and

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