Australian National University Building 154
This campus, established in the 1970s, was considered to be the crowded and pulsating centre of university life. But there had been no renovations or changes, which made the university less attractive. The BVN architects were eventually commissioned to revitalise the campus. The entire site and all its buildings were made more attractive for the students. concrete skin panels were used for the facade. This also gave the external appearance a modern and more appealing look.
Photos: Macintosh Photography
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