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10th Sep 2022

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The Bank: Most significant property development in Rosebank

With its luxurious, eco-chic environment, superb aesthetics and artisanal offerings, The Bank is an iconic destination. Once a functional bank in the 1970s, the 14,000 square meter site is now home to a magnificent 12-floor building of architectural elegance.

What has been described as ‘South Africa’s Living Gallery’ and the most valued address in Rosebank, The Bank also proudly showcases one of the largest collections of original South African artworks in one location; curated to surprise and delight patrons, while enhancing the captivating ambience of the mid-century modern architecturally designed building.

The Bank features more than 800 art pieces ranging from oils, watercolours and acrylic paintings on canvas to charcoal drawings, photographs and collages to create a Mecca of original local art. Many of the artworks were specially commissioned for the building and the collection on display include pieces by Nico Krijno, Gerda Scheepers and Anna Sango.

Uniquely designed workspaces

At The Bank, Workshop17 offers 29 offices, ranging in size from 4 to 34 square meters, with the option to combine offices to house larger teams. Architect Nisha van Hoven led the interior design team who ensured that all the spaces feature exquisite design touches catered for collaborative and productive working environments. In partnership with David Krut Projects, all workspaces at The Bank feature a unique collection of beautiful art pieces by local artists.

Workshop17 members also have easy access to voco™, the boutique hotel situated in The Bank.

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