Angles of Federation Square

The following photographs of the various angles found in the architecture of Federation Square, Melbourne were taken by Max Darby in February, 2011

This file should be cross-referenced to the file titled Photographic Essay: Out of the Light, which does a similar thing with the ‘angles’ of the Sydney Opera House.

One of the major features of the Federation Square Arts Precinct and Gallery in Melbourne is the use of strong angular forms and natural Australian Stonework.

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