One Shelley Street Office by Clive Wilkinson Architects #office #designs

One Shelley Street Office by Clive Wilkinson Architects #office #designs

Southern Cross Station  Melbourne, Australia

Southern Cross Station Melbourne, Australia

One Shelley Street

One Shelley Street

Melbourne Convention Centre foyer

Melbourne Convention Centre foyer

Melbourne Convention Centre

Melbourne Convention Centre

council house 2 #melbourne #ch2

council house 2 #melbourne #ch2

roof- Southern Cross Station, Melbourne

roof- Southern Cross Station, Melbourne

Shutters CH2 #ch2

Shutters CH2 #ch2

Adelaide City Central Tower#1

Adelaide City Central Tower#1

One Shelley Street in Sydney Interior In Australia

One Shelley Street in Sydney Interior In Australia


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Southern Cross Train Station, Melbourne

Southern Cross Train Station, Melbourne

Turpentine trees: Native to Australia, it is common in the Wolli Creek Valley. It can grow up to 60 metres and 1.5 metres in diametre.

Turpentine trees: Native to Australia, it is common in the Wolli Creek Valley. It can grow up to 60 metres and 1.5 metres in diametre.

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The UTS tower was established in 1978, using the style of brutalist architecture, it was considered as a groundbreaking style of architecture back then. In my opinion I believe the style of brutalist architecture did not suit the University of Technology in our modern time. Being the University of Technology the tower should symbolize great technological advancements and creativity, and appear bright, clean and almost futuristic.

The UTS tower was established in 1978, using the style of brutalist architecture, it was considered as a groundbreaking style of architecture back then. In my opinion I believe the style of brutalist architecture did not suit the University of Technology in our modern time. Being the University of Technology the tower should symbolize great technological advancements and creativity, and appear bright, clean and almost futuristic.

False sarsaparilla: One of the only plants found in the Wolli Creek Valley that does not induce hay fever. Common in Australia, once used as medicine by early European settlers as a substitute for sarsaparilla

False sarsaparilla: One of the only plants found in the Wolli Creek Valley that does not induce hay fever. Common in Australia, once used as medicine by early European settlers as a substitute for sarsaparilla

Throughout my course at Insearch I would often question myself why the centre has such a bizarre design, especially the strange positioning of the escalators and the singular escalator located on the building exterior that only travel up to level one. To descend or ascend a level would require going around the floor from to reach the next excalator. For a long period of time I considered this one of the major problems of the building but I eventually discovered that this positioning may be…

Throughout my course at Insearch I would often question myself why the centre has such a bizarre design, especially the strange positioning of the escalators and the singular escalator located on the building exterior that only travel up to level one. To descend or ascend a level would require going around the floor from to reach the next excalator. For a long period of time I considered this one of the major problems of the building but I eventually discovered that this positioning may be…

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Stutterheim

Daphne Heath: One of the only plants found in the Wolli Creek Valley that does not induce hay fever. The grow in grasslands, woodlands and forests

Daphne Heath: One of the only plants found in the Wolli Creek Valley that does not induce hay fever. The grow in grasslands, woodlands and forests

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