A very common design composition one can find in Australian University students projects.. I have seen such designs many times on both drawings and architectural scale models! This geometry of this one is beautiful ...
What an interesting building! I haven't been by to visit in awhile, and I've been enjoying my scroll through your most recent posts. ~karen
...I would like some AU-students make projects like your shown, here on "my" island Lolland ;-)Great shot!
The design of this building looks a bit like the British Library! ;)
This is a very unique mosiac. I like the design and how it fits into the rest of the structure. Thanks for sharing.
Nice little water feature.
Beuatiful fontain! Interesting building to! I really like your shots from Sydney!
Wow..what a different architecture...? I love the unique mosaic!
so pretty, looks like a jacuzzi with the stairs.
I lived at Cammeray for a while, nice to see the what is there now.Thanks for the great photos.Jan
Beautiful shot!Rocks is my watery post.
How nice it must be to come together there as a community. Impressed. Please have a good Wednesday.daily athens
very pretty. I bet it looks magical what night when it is lit up.
A very fun design.
What are those ugly things sticking out of the roof?
diane, maybe aerials. Not sure.
No snow! So nice to look at your photos!Thank you for visiting My World !
That is beautiful!Fish Conversation
Interesting name for the town and an exciting building as its community centre. Nice water feature too.
Glennis, the suburb was named after a cottage called "The Crow's Nest", built by Edward Wollstonecraft on the highest point of his estate.
Nice mosaic. It looks so warm there.
this one beautiful architecture
Intriguing architecture. I like the water feature.
You have so many crows in Australia. My Mum hated them.ARK! ARK!Are those two circles meant to be corw's eyes?
Hmmm. I don't think so, Ann.
I love the building. It's beautiful. Great shot as always.
Been thinking about you...with the flooding and all. Hope you're staying dry and unharmed.Great photo share this week.HARBOR LIGHTS CHRISTMAS PARADEMy link above for Watery Wednesday. Hope you can stop by for a visit and view. Happy day!!!
I like the design of the building and the pretty fountain. Beautiful photo.
Very colorful fountain. Fountain of Red
That's a beautiful fountain, I always enjoy interesting tilework. It graces an interesting building as well.
An interesting building and a spectacular fountain with that intricate mosaic work...they work toether so well with their rounded lines! Great photo for Waterey Wednesday...:)
Thanks, Hootin' Anni. The flooding has been happening out in the bush and country areas but we've had our fair share of rain in the city recently too.
Love the mosaic! I haven't gotten to that art form yet -this pic makes me want to jump in (art wise, LOL, not jump into the water:) )
Oh, I'm glad I came back to see this wonderful mosaic, Jim. You know I really like all sorts of urban art. I am not one to nudge anyone to come to my blog, Jim, but I know you too like art and I think you really might like the installation in Kobe I posted about this week.
I came over for Watery Wednesday and forgot where I was, got lost in Sydney! I'm from Oz, and lived in Sydney, and it was like a tour of home!! Have lived in India for 10 yrs...thanks for the tour!http://brajasindia.blogspot.com/2011/08/take-me-to-river.html
Thanks for visiting my blog. Please leave me a message. Jim.