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Sorry, that was the address for the links underneath.Interesting that he used all that lattice and glass in Melbourne in 1981 and then used the same approach at the Louvre in 1989.
One of the things I love about this thread is seeing a glimpse in the background of a different part of the world.English countryside, a street in Finland or Berlin or New York or Vienna, a back yard in Yorkshire. Fantastic.
Same place, CD.
Thank you.Both fine specimens.
Worst part is it's on high ground. Friggen dominates that part of the city.A bit of IM Pei in Melbourne:568 Collins:http://s20.postimg.org/8h2igte1p/002.jpghttps://farm4.staticflickr.com/3873/14672243447_9738fb679c_b.jpghttp://s20.postimg.org/ufj6z2icd/004.jpg
Eureka is a missed opportunity for me. The execution at the top is awful, but the general form is pretty good I'll agree.I don't think the Spencer St building will end up looking like that drawing. They rarely ever do. It's either worse than expected or just different most of the time.Have you seen this one on Russell Street?https://urbanmelbourne.info/projects/cbd-east-end/abode-318-318-russell-street-melbournehttp://s20.postimg.org/8hbnet49p/DSC_6308.jpgAnd there is this...
Client of yours?
Most new buildings in Melbourne are turkeys. Might as well have a curvy one.
I like it. Has a certain womanly tenor about it.
Nino CulottaI'll take that.
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