Tasmania's MONA (Museum of Old and New Art) sits largely hidden in the cliffs. #Australia

MONA Museum of Old and New Art Hobart Tasmania An absolute must see.

This looks stunning... The Pumphouse at Pumphouse Point | Lake St Clair, Tasmania

The Pumphouse - Pumphouse Point

GASP! by Room 11 is a sequence of riverside pavilions and boardwalks

Room 11 has created a three-kilometre riverside pathway in Tasmania where brightly coloured boardwalks are punctuated with public pavilions.

GASP! Glenorchy Art and Sculpture Park, #Hobart. Article and photo for Think #Tasmania.

Glenorchy Art and Sculpture Park, Article and photo for Think

Mona Pavilions by Fender Katsalidis Architects Bold, diamond shaped steel frames anchored to the ground by large, off form concrete blades. Weathered timber clad boxes to the rear slip between these steel structures.

Museum of Old and New Art, Tasmania, Austraila

GASP Stage 2 pavilion and walkway entrance

GASP stage two is the penultimate gesture of the Glenorchy Art and Sculpture Park (GASP! It is composed of architecture that responds to the scale of

GASP

GASP

tasmanian architecture - Google Search

tasmanian architecture - Google Search

tasmanian architecture - Google Search

tasmanian architecture - Google Search

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Contribution to state architecture and community legacy celebrated at Tasmania Architecture Awards 2014

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