Architecture - Melbourne

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Melbourne's great eyesore, demolishing the 1960s Gas and Fuel Corporation buildings which obstructed a vista of heritage buildings along Flinders Street including St Paul's Cathedral to make way for Federation Square.

Gas & Fuel Corporation building, seen from above Young & Jackson's Hotel, Flinders Street, Melbourne - St Paul's Cathedral - Culture Victoria

Nicholas Aspro - Factory & Offices. Warrigal Road Holmesglen

Melb - (at Waverley Road) D. [picture] , State Library of Victoria

The Capitol Theatre is one of Melbourne’s most important historic buildings.Designed by Walter Burley Griffin (who designed Canberra - the Australian capital) and Marion Mahony Griffin, it was completed in 1924. It is best known for its extraordinary crystal inspired ceiling.

The Capitol Theatre is one of Melbourne’s most important historic buildings. Designed by Walter Burley Grifin and his wife Marion Mahony Griffin, it was completed in It is best known for its extraordinary crystal inspired ceiling.

An aerial view of campus with the city of Melbourne in the background

Student Experience - Housing Options for SAEX Students video

State Insurance Office 1940. 412 Collins Street. Designed by Percy Everett Chief Architect Public Works Department of Victoria. Image from conceptblue website.

Designed by Percy Everett Chief Architect Public Works Department of Victoria. Image from conceptblue website.

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Frank Tate Building Melbourne University 1940. Stair in curved northern end.

Frank Tate Building Melbourne University 1940. Stair in curved northern end.

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