OCEANIA-AUSTRALIA/Victoria-Melbourne

WORLD FAMOUS BUILDINGS

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Skyline
 
  Melbourne, Victoria

 

Photo by Byunguh Yu on 18 February 2006.

 

Captain Cook's Cottage
  
 Melbourne




 It was brought from England and re-uilt stone by stone in Fitzroy Garden.

 

Flinders Steet Station
  
 Melbourne

 

Renaissance style beautiful buiding. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 18 February 2006.

 

Federation Square
 
  Melbourne, Victoria

 

Photo by Byunguh Yu on 18 February 2006. Alfred Deakin Building & Ian Putter Art Centre.

 

Ian Potter Art Centre, Federation Square
 
  Melbourne, Victoria

 

Photo by Byunguh Yu(#1/18 February 2006), Jonghan Kim(#2/17 May 2006). 

 

Alfred Deakin Building, Federation Square
 
  Melbourne, Victoria

 

Photo by Byunguh Yu on 18 February 2006. 

 

Victorian Arts Centre
  
 Southbank, Melbourne



 
Built on 1982. For culture lovers, the arts cemter offers a wealth of concerts and shows. By night-presents a dazzling display. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 18 February 2006. 

 

Royale Exhibition Building
 
  Melbourne, Victoria

 

Photo by Byunguh Yu on 18 February 2006. Front side of Melbourne Museum.

 

Melbourne Exhibition Centre
 
  Melbourne, Victoria

  

 Photo by Jonghan Kim on 17 May 2006.

 

Victoria University
 
  Melbourne, Victoria

 

 Photo by Jonghan Kim on 17 May 2006.

 

Melbourne Museum
  
 Melbourne



 
Designed by local architectural firm Denton Corker Marshall and set in the inner-city Carlton Gardens on 2000, the building is a dynamic playground of abstract shapes spread over six levels and held together visually by a giant steel matrix. Denton hopes tilted Big Box gallery will teach children " to question how buildings are constructed."

 

Daimaru Melbourne Central/Central Office Tower
  
 Melbourne



 Daimaru, Melbourne Central's 35,000 Japanese department store is Australia's largest private development. The shopping center includes a six-storey department store and 150 speciality shops. Architect by Kisho Kurokawa in 1986-91, Structural engineers is Connell Wagner Rankine & Hill, retail design by Chaix and Johnson. Right ; A butterfly tower, three levels high, provides an entertaining feature for shoppers on the escalators. The building complex is located in the central business district of Melbourne.

 

Eureka Tower
 
  Melbourne, Victoria

 

 Photo by Byunguh Yu on 18 February 2006.

 

Ernst & Young Plaza
 
  Melbourne, Victoria

 

Photo by Byunguh Yu on 18 February 2006.

  

Flemington Road
 
  Melbourne, Victoria

 

 Photo by Byunguh Yu on 19 February 2006. The motorway to Sydney International Airport.

 

Queen Victoria Market
 
  Melbourne, Victoria

 

 Photo by Byunguh Yu on 18 February 2006.