The Greytown Town Hall has so much to admire, an exemplary standard of detail and finish has been reached by Holmes including the decluttering of the building, the grace of the additions, maintaining the respect of the building’s history, and the dexterous deployment of materials.

Originally to be a brick building, there was a slight amendment to the plan, which read “change to timber framing“. By the end of the 20th century, the building, which had received some 1970s additions, including a verandah, had long lost its civic function. The community board approved Architecture Workshop’s submission and Holmes began the complete project.

We were extremely proud to be awarded this community project, especially as we've been a part of the local Greytown community and its projects for the last six decades.

Use | Town Library and Office Space Architect | Architecture Workshop