Interior photograph of Peace of Mind Technology offices at 24 York Street, part of George Place, owned by ISPT.

Peace of Mind Technology. Photo (c) Brett Boardman for Sydney Living Museums

Peace of Mind Technology

Sunday 3 November

24 York Street, Sydney

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Built

1878

Architect

unknown

Additional architects

Todd Hammond, Hammond Studio (Peace of Mind Technology office)

The Peace of Mind Technology (POMT) office is situated in the heritage-listed warehouse at 24 York Street within the new George Place, owned by ISPT and linked to both 363 George Street and 345 George Street by a shared lobby. The building is one of only a few former warehouses to have retained its original cast-iron and timber structure behind the ornately decorated Victorian Romanesque sandstone facade and is part of one of the most intact 19th-century streetscapes in Sydney. Built in 1878, it later became part of the furniture emporium of Beard Watson & Co, and still features its original street level facade and timber-framed windows.

The top floor POMT offices have blended the fine heritage details of the building with new architectural designs by Todd Hammond, constructed by Hunter Mason Construction. The office promotes and displays the sophisticated workplace technologies it creates, combining digital and virtual solutions for businesses.

On the day, visitors will be treated to media projections, large-screen visuals and experience live demonstrations and interactions on how POMT use workplace technology in corporate environments.

  • Entrance to George Place from 24 York Street.

On Sunday 3 November