RMIT Building 4: Bowen Street, MELBOURNE
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Building ProfileName : RMIT Building 4
Past Names : Working Mens College
LocationAddress: Bowen Street
Construction DetailsBuilt: 1890
Original use: Education
Current use: Education
number of floors : 5
Built in the Victorian period in the Neo-Gothic style
This building is a tudor gothic styled education building constructed of heavy stone. An unusual eclectic composition featuring a Second Empire styled central tower with picturesque gothick castellation, tudor styled oriel over entrance and cathedral-like window tracery combined with tudor styled sashes on the upper storeys. Twin gables flank the central tower providing balance and further eccentuating the picturesque skyline.
In 1890 Building 4 was erected to house trade teachingArchitect: Oakden, Addison and Kemp
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