House of Correction in Melbourne

House of Correction Melbourne Bar Building, Victoria Interior, Swanston St Architecture Images

House of Correction in Melbourne

Swanston Street Building: New Bar Interior in Victoria, Australia – design by ZWEI Interiors Architecture

30 May 2017

House of Correction

Design: ZWEI Interiors Architecture

Location: Level 4, 264 Swanston Street, CBD, Melbourne

House of Correction in Melbourne

House of Correction

Working within the context of an existing CBD building, the design strips back the built layers and exposes the site’s history and amplifies this to create narrative and connection within the interior space.

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New Bar Interior in Melbourne

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House of Correction on Swanston Street – Building Information

Completion date: 2016
Location: Level 4, 264 Swanston Street, CBD, Melbourne

Swanston Street Building

Photography: Michael Kai

Swanston Street Building in Melbourne images / information received 300517

Location:Level 4, 264 Swanston Street, CBD, Melbourne, Australia

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“Coburg is set for a major building boom, with planning reforms paving the way for almost $1 billion worth of community facilities and retail and residential development”, says the

Swanston Street is a major thoroughfare in the centre of Melbourne, Australia. It is one of the main streets of the Melbourne CBD and was laid out in 1837 as part of the original Hoddle Grid. The street vertically bisects Melbourne’s city centre and is famous as the world’s busiest tram corridor, for its heritage buildings and as a shopping strip.

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House of Correction in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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