I love this substantial block of flats on a busy corner site in Brunswick.
The red brick contrasts nicely with the yellow render around the windows. Contrast is also provided by the use of cream bricks as a cap around the top of the chimneys and along the upper edge of the central tower.
That central tower above the entrance is constructed as a rectangle with curved sections set back on each side.
Above this window a geometric pattern has been created by a thin vertical strip of rendered concrete with tiles or thin bricks set at an angle into the surface of the wall to create protruding triangle shapes. Not quite the rule of three but with seven elements the pattern still employs an odd number.