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A Rich Melange of Architecture at RMIT's new academic street

Property Markets / Planning, Zoning, Infrastructure

Australia

Jan 27 2018

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Stephen Crafti, The Sydney Morning Herald

RMIT University’s city campus, known as the "new academic street", has a mélange of some of Melbourne’s great architectural practices, from the past to the present.

There are examples of Bates Smart McCutcheon’s brutalist architecture from the 1960s, Edmond & Corrigan’s Memphis-inspired designs from the 1980s and more recent buildings, such as Lyons’ Swanston Academic Building (SAB).

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