Melbourne Cricket Ground - The Mighty MCG
The Melbourne Cricket Ground, known as the MCG, is one of Melbourne's top sporting and entertainment venues. Situated right in the heart of the city, this Melbourne Attraction is one you don't want to miss when visiting this fine city. For more information just click the image. #melbournecricketground #melbournecricketstadium #melbourneaustralia #melbournecricketgroundaustralia
***Melbourne's Marvellous Historic Residences***
Dalswraith is a magnificent Federation era mansion, not only for its beauty, but for its sheer size. It was completed in 1906, in the popular Queen Anne...
28 Dodds Street, Southbank. School of Performing Arts, University of Melbourne (Victorian College of the Arts) Performing Arts Centre.The building includes Space 28 and the Lyndsey Cattermole Studio. Built: 2002. Architects: Edmund & Corrigan. CS+T Architects invited Peter Corrigan of Edmond & Corrigan to join their team for the project. Corrigan used a combination of common construction materials to express the exuberance of the performances within. Externally the three dimensional design…
Construction & Architecture News | Architecture & Design
The colourfully presented new $200 million Swanston Academic Building at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University (RMIT) is now complete.
Open House Melbourne: Exploring the City's Historical Buildings
Open House #Melbourne is an annual weekend festival where the city throws open the doors of buildings which are normally closed to the public. It's basically an opportunity for a good sticky beak into places you're not allowed into the other 363 days of the year. Here's why you should attend. / Things to Do in Melbourne /
Melbourne NGV - The Great Hall
The Leonard French stained glass ceiling in The Great Hall of the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia, measures 60.9 m in length, 15.24m in width and 13.72m in height and took five years to build. It is best viewed - and encouraged - by lying on the ground and facing it !! In 1986, the NGV grabbed global headlines when Pablo Picasso's Weeping Woman was stolen by a group identifying themselves as the “Australian Cultural Terrorists” to protest poor treatment of the arts by the…
No. 2 Treasury Place - Melbourne
No. 2 Treasury Place - Melbourne | The Department of Treasury and Finance and the Department of Education is located here in the State Government Offices at No.2 Treasury Place. Construction began at the height of Victoria's gold boom in 1859 and was completed by 1874. This beautiful Renaissance Revival building houses some of the oldest institutions in the State of Victoria.
Insperation Artist (Architecture): McBride Charles Ryan (Melbourne Australia)
Althea Lee Works of Art: Insperation Artist (Architecture): McBride Charles Ryan (Melbourne Australia)
Gallery of Dandenong Government Services Offices / HASSELL - 3
Image 3 of 14 from gallery of Dandenong Government Services Offices / HASSELL. Photograph by Peter Bennetts
"Queens Domain" balances sculpture and structure in Melbourne - Arch2O.com
Queens Domain is located on Melbourne’s bustling Queens Road, lined by buildings from various eras and different styles. When viewed from Albert Park, one can see a narrative of Melbourne’s architectural history emerge. Amongst them are some proud contributions by Frederick Romberg a world-renowned Modernist architect. The Stanhill and Newborn Flats are beautiful functionalist buildings with sweeping open balconies and fine glass detailing. Queens Domain takes up the next thread in this…