The front corner was cut away and concaved to provide an entrance to the building from a forecourt. The wall of the garages on the front edge of the plot is stretched across the full width of the site . The wall is provided with two entrances - a wide square headed car entry and narrower arched pedestrian opening. The wall defines the edge of the forecourt through which the building is entered.
Balconies echoing the curve of the building enhance the corner. The convex verandah of the first floor apartment forms an elaborately detailed and ornamental entrance canopy. These features, along with the design of verandah railing and lettering on the compound wall, make a remarkable facade which is modern. The marble flooring patterns in the entrance hall and the decorative door to the lift are suggestive of Art Deco.
Subsequent changes include a penthouse apartment, trellis work over the garages, apsidal verandah at the rear and alteration to the front wall of the forecourt . These do not however mar the original design.