Built on the site of a former winery on a scenic headland a short ferry ride down the Derwent River from Hobart, since opening in 2011, Tasmania’s MONA – Museum of Old & New Art – has surely become the most exciting privately funded art space and museum in Australia. A must-visit destination for any first time visitor to Tasmania.
Below: The infamous Cloaca machine, that eats, digests and excretes daily.
A striking civic and cultural space in the heart of Melbourne. Officially opened in 2002, it was designed by Lab Architecture Studio and Bates Smart Architects.
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Jørn Utzon’s modern classic. Completed in 1973, it is located on the site of a former tram depot.
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Credit to I. M. Pei for his daring design and credit to the French for accepting it. Completed in 1989.
Formally known as the Queen Elizabeth II Great Court. Designed by Foster & Partners and opened in 2001.
Detail of the lobby ceiling. Designed by noted Austrian-Australian architect Harry Seidler, the tower was completed in the late 1960s.
Designed by Fariborz Sahba and completed in 1986, it is the largest Baha’i house of worship in the world and a stunning work of modern architecture. Delhi, India.