Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (Ngargee): 111 Sturt Street, SOUTHBANK
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Building ProfileName : Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (Ngargee)
LocationAddress: 111 Sturt Street
Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (Ngargee) is a landmark
Construction DetailsBuilt: 2002
Original use: Theatre
Current use: Theatre
number of floors : 2
Built in the Recent period in the Post-Modern style
The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art building (also known by the aboriginal term Ngargee) is an abstract building in a similar style to nearby Federation Square and Arts precinct is a $12 million project build to house the performing arts and Melbourne Theatre Company. A striking building, the Centre for Contemporary Art is a complex facade composed of corroded steel panels and angles.
HistoryArchitect: Wood Marsh
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