76 Chamberlain is a small office building located on a rift in the urban fabric. On one side is the Queensway, on the other Central Park; thus it occupies a broken seam between car and people, grey and green, hard and soft. The Building’s freeway-facing elevation is clad with mahogany plywood that sweeps around the street corner and above, a two-storey black metal volume springs up supporting an extruded third-storey galvalume box. On the park side, the elevation acts as a neutral black and galvalume backdrop seen through a veil of greenery.