Category Archives: Flinders Street Station Design Competition

Flinders Street Station Design Competition: The Red + Black Assessment Part 2

This is part 2 of an assessment of the six shortlisted entries into the Flinders Street Station Design Competition. (If you haven’t read Part 1 click here to see my take on the first 3 Schemes) Eduardo Velasquez + Manuel … Continue reading

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Flinders Street Station Design finalists open to the public!

After a very long wait the 6 shortlisted designs in the Flinders Street Station Design Competition have been released for public view. As previously reported in November last year the competition has been through substantial controversy for not committing to … Continue reading

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2012 Retrospective

For the last post of the year, I thought I would take a look back at some of the highlights from 2012.  A lot has happened in the Melbourne Architecture scene since I began this blog on the 10th of … Continue reading

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Flinders Street Designs Set Free

Major Projects Victoria, the government body behind the Flinders Street Station Design Competition has given permission over twitter for unsuccessful entries to be released for public viewing. People are free to exhibit their unsuccessful entries if they want. MPV will … Continue reading

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The Long List and the Architecture Rebels

Last night saw an unprecedented architectural event take place in small studio, off a quiet Fitzroy street.  The event, entitled Long List, was a private gallery function celebrating the non-shortlisted Flinders Street Station Design Competition entries.  Rebellious architectural activity is … Continue reading

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