George & Allen is a series of four building forms, each with a northern aspect, connected by a lower building on the east side facing George Street. In the three intervening spaces, lush courtyards bring internal gardens to the residents.
The aesthetic of George & Allen references the legacy of the site and the traditional building forms that give the context its distinctive style. Along George Street, a corbelled brickwork wall speaks of the history of brick warehouse buildings in Waterloo.
On the north facades, living areas open out to wide balconies and terraces. The south facades have vertical gardens providing a natural screen to the corridors.