National Gallery of Victoria: 130-200 St Kilda Road, SOUTHBANK
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Building ProfileName : National Gallery of Victoria
LocationAddress: 130-200 St Kilda Road
National Gallery of Victoria is a landmark
Construction DetailsBuilt: 1962 - 1967
Original use: Library/Museum/Gallery
Current use: Library/Museum/Gallery
number of floors : 2
Built in the Sixties period in the Brutalist style
Large bluestone facade with moat, water wall and sculptural features.
Famous for the Leonard French ceiling one of the world's largest pieces of suspended stained glass. The ceiling casts colourful light on the floor below.
Remodelled by architect Mario Bellini between 2001 and 2003.Architect: Roy Grounds
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