Video: ‘Understanding Hobart’s architecture heritage through art’

██ http://www.abc.net.au/local/videos/2010/05/06/2892372.htm

6 May, 2010 4:54PM AEST
By Carol Raabus
Ten Murray Street is a large, grey office block, built in the 1960s with a strong modernist aesthetic. A proposal to redevelop the Parliament Square precinct would see the building demolished, along with other buildings around it. A group of artists and architects don’t want this to happen and they’re protesting in the best way they can.

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Meanwhile…
Goodbye, Manchester Courts of Christchurch.

Posted by Elizabeth Kerr

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