Electra House was built in 1901 for the Citizens’ Life Assurance Company. Architects John Quinton Bruce, William Cumming and Ernest Bayer were responsible for the design of the company’s new office building. John Quinton Bruce was the architect…

Beehive Corner is arguably the most popular and well-recognised buildings in Adelaide. Its distinctive corner turret, showing the year of construction, is in the shape of a beehive. On top sits a lone gold bee. A drapery shop known as the Beehive…

The Savings Bank of South Australia's head office is one of the few significant tall buildings built in Adelaide during the Second World War. It is the maximum height the building regulations allowed at the time. The bank's headquarters had been at…