Melbourne Architecture

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Watermark Press, 1999 - Architecture - 288 pages
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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.

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Contents

Introduction
1837
Architectural Glossary 232
1898
Tours 256
2005
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About the author (1999)

Philip Goad is the author of "New Directions in Australian Architecture" and a professor of architecture at the faculty of architecture, building, and planning at the University of Melbourne. Rowan Wilken is a writer and researcher in Melbourne. Julie Willis is the principal author of "Women Architects in Australia 1900-1950" and is a senior lecturer in architecture at the faculty of architecture, building, and planning at the University of Melbourne.

Patrick Bingham-Hall is an architectural photographer. His books include Houses for the 21st Century, Stadium, and Troppo Architects.

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