From its earliest dwellings to the towers of its modern built environment, the city of Melbourne is recorded in this book. It charts the features that create the city's spatial character and also examines the greater issues of preservation versus development and urban planning.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Architectural Glossary 232
2 other sections not shown
19th-century arcade arch architect Australian Baroque Bates Smart block bluestone Bourke Street brick building building's built Carlton ceiling central Centre Chapel Church classical College Collins Street columns composition construction corner Court Daryl Jackson decorative Denton Corker Marshall East Melbourne Elizabeth Street entry facade Fitzroy flats Flinders Street floor Former forms gable Gallery garden glass glazed Gothic Revival GQV.A Guide to Melbourne Harold Desbrowe-Annear Hotel House interior John Marion Mahony McCutcheon Melbourne Architecture Melbourne's modern panels Park Percy Everett picturesque postwar Pty Ltd Public Works Department Queen Reed reinforced concrete Road Robin Boyd Romanesque Romberg roof Roy Grounds Royal School South Melbourne South Yarra space St Kilda steel Stephenson storey structure style suburbs Swanston Street Sydney terrace terracotta Theatre tiles timber Toorak tower Town Hall University of Melbourne urban veranda vertical Victoria wall Walter Burley Griffin Wardell William Yarra River Yuncken Freeman