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Architecture Guides Victoria – Exclusive Australian Architectural Walks tailor made for Groups
post updated 27 Feb 2021
Melbourne Walking Tours
Contact Isabelle Lomholt on isabelle(at)e-architect.com
Melbourne Architecture Tour: Exclusive Victoria Guided Walks
Our Melbourne guided tours are all tailored to suit each booking, we do not allow for bookings to be joined. Our guided tours in Victoria are all exclusive to each client.
If you are planning an office trip, a conference, or university trip in Victoria please contact us.
MPavilion Melbourne, Queen Victoria Gardens
Design: Bijoy Jain Architect, Studio Mumbai
photograph : John Gollings
Melbourne Architecture Introduction
Melbourne is the capital and most populous city in the Australian state of Victoria, and the second most populous city in Australia after Sydney.
Geelong Library and Heritage Center Building, Victoria by ARM Architecture:
photo courtesy of architects
Celebrated architecture includes the Southern Cross Station Expansion, Federation Square East, ANZ Centre building, Webb Bridge, The Infinity Centre and The Yardmaster’s Building. All these buildings can be visited on our Melbourne Architecture Tours.
Swanston Academic Building
image : John Gollings
Famous architects with buildings in Melbourne include Jean Nouvel, Grimshaw and Studio Mumbai. Other key architects with work in Melbourne include McBride Charles Ryan, Elenberg Fraser, HASSELL, Lyons, Denton Corker Marshall, Woods Bagot, Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp, Bates Smart, Architectus and BVN Architecture.
Melbourne Architectural Walking Tours
Melbourne Architectural Tours can focus on traditional buildings, contemporary buildings or both. The Melbourne Architecture Tour can be an introduction to the city’s main buildings or can be based around your group’s specific interests. We are happy to accommodate your needs and interests on our Victoria Architecture Tours.
e-architect can provide basic information to assist your programme preparations, for example on geographical areas in Melbourne and building types, ahead of your tour. For example a group interested in Melbourne office buildings could be provided with information before their visit to Victoria.
699 Bourke Street Building
Design: Grimshaw, Architects
photo : John Gollings
Melbourne Walking Tours
Contact Isabelle Lomholt to arrange your Melbourne architectural tour: isabelle(at)e-architect.com / mob. +44 (0)7952 149814
Medibank Place Melbourne design by HASSELL
photograph : Earl Carter
The new workplace was part of a major cultural change program for Australia’s largest health insurer Medibank to live its purpose to the core and create better health outcomes for its members, employees and the community. That aspiration drove Medibank to create one of the healthiest workplaces in the world.
Other than Melbourne, e-architect organise architecture walking tours in other cities such as Sydney, Singapore, Barcelona, New York, Shanghai, Copenhagen, Edinburgh, London, New Delhi and Paris.
Building Tours – Selection
Galleria Apartment Tower building designed by Plus Architecture:
image : Tom Roe
Taking the form of a cluster of buildings, the architectural structure of Galleria features sinuous curve forms that interconnect and loop – creating a dialogue between the building form and seeking to reduce the visual bulk of the development from the pedestrian point of view.
Flinders St Station Building designed by HASSELL (Australia), Herzog and De Meuron Architects (Switzerland):
image by architects office
The Australian/Swiss design team of HASSELL, Herzog and De Meuron won the Flinders Street Station Design Competition. A pairing of Herzog & De Meuron + HASSELL was always going to produce some magic, although the shortlist was very strong this combination of major architect studios stood out for me from the start. I think the city has made the right decision here, the design is both innovative and appropriate for the space.
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