Melbourne

Melbourne is the capital and most populous city in the state of Victoria, and the second most populous city in Australia. The name "Melbourne" refers to an urban agglomeration area spanning 9,900 km2 that comprises the greater metropolis – as well as being a common name for its metropolitan hub, the Melbourne City Centre. It is a leading financial centre in Australia, as well as the Asia-Pacific region, and has been ranked the world's most livable city since 2011, according the Economist Intelligence Unit. In 2013 the EIU also ranked Melbourne the fourth most expensive city in the world, tying with Oslo, Norway. Melbourne is rated highly in the areas of education, entertainment, healthcare, research and development, tourism and sports.

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Federation Square

Federation Square

Architect
Lab architecture Browse Lab architecture
Location
Melbourne, AustraliaBrowse Melbourne, Australia
Year
2002 adBrowse 2002 ad
Material
GlassBrowse Glass, SandstoneBrowse Sandstone, ZincBrowse Zinc
Faculty of Business & Economics

Faculty of Business & Economics

Architect
Metier3 ArchitectsBrowse Metier3 Architects
Location
Melbourne, AustraliaBrowse Melbourne, Australia
Type
universityBrowse university
Year
2010 Browse 2010

Federation Square

Federation Square

Architect
Lab architecture Browse Lab architecture
Location
Melbourne, AustraliaBrowse Melbourne, Australia
Type
cultureBrowse culture, commercial spaceBrowse commercial space, mixed-use developmentBrowse mixed-use development
Year
2002 Browse 2002
Former Bank of Australasia

Former Bank of Australasia

Architect
Joseph Reed (architect) and Barnes, A.K. HendersonBrowse Joseph Reed (architect) and Barnes, A.K. Henderson
Location
Melbourne, Victoria (Australia), AustraliaBrowse Melbourne, Victoria (Australia), Australia
Type
BankBrowse Bank
Year
1881 Browse 1881

Melbourne Convention Centre

Melbourne Convention Centre

Architect
NH ArchitectureBrowse NH Architecture, Woods Bagot ArchitectsBrowse Woods Bagot Architects
Location
Melbourne, AustraliaBrowse Melbourne, Australia
Type
leisureBrowse leisure, mixed-use developmentBrowse mixed-use development, promenadeBrowse promenade
Year
2010 Browse 2010
Isis Apartments

Isis Apartments

Architect
Wood Marsh ArchitectureBrowse Wood Marsh Architecture
Location
Melbourne, AustraliaBrowse Melbourne, Australia
Type
housingBrowse housing
Year
2006 Browse 2006

Featherston House

Featherston House

Architect
Robin BoydBrowse Robin Boyd, Romberg & BoydBrowse Romberg & Boyd
Location
Melbourne, Victoria (Australia), AustraliaBrowse Melbourne, Victoria (Australia), Australia
Type
HouseBrowse House
Year
1968 Browse 1968
Melbourne Recital Centre

Melbourne Recital Centre

Architect
ARM architectsBrowse ARM architects
Location
Melbourne, AustraliaBrowse Melbourne, Australia
Type
music theatreBrowse music theatre, operaBrowse opera
Year
2008 Browse 2008

Letterbox house

Letterbox house

Architect
McBride Charles RyanBrowse McBride Charles Ryan
Location
Melbourne, AustraliaBrowse Melbourne, Australia
Type
Private HouseBrowse Private House
Year
2010 Browse 2010
Roy Grounds House

Roy Grounds House

Architect
Sir Roy GroundsBrowse Sir Roy Grounds
Location
Melbourne, Victoria (Australia), AustraliaBrowse Melbourne, Victoria (Australia), Australia
Type
HouseBrowse House
Year
1950 Browse 1950


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