|Formerly:||Carleton Club, Opium Club|
|Address:||280 Fort Street|
|Use:||Yoga Studio/ Health Centre|
|Original Use:||Private Men's Club|
|Architects:||Smith Carter Partners|
|Tours:||Part of the QR Code Tour|
280 Fort Street was constructed in 1976 and designed by local architectural firm Smith Carter. Originally programmed for the Carleton Club (a private men’s organisation), the structure is characteristically modern, and represented a stylistic shift from the club’s former residence, built in 1880, on Main Street. The building’s assertive massing and geometric character are reinforced by a façade of uniform brown brick and angled slate-coloured skylights. The building is currently used by Yoga Public and the addition of new garage-style glass doors have obscured the original entrance.