Sold down the river: Federation Square East

By Tania Davidge11 Nov 2014No commentsThis post is


“There is no other public space in Melbourne that works like Federation Square or engages the broader population in the way that Federation Square does. Federation Square takes the underlying altruistic philosophy of public institutions such as the State Library and the National Gallery of Victoria, but instead of focussing on providing public benefit through books and knowledge or art, it engages the public with the city itself, with its architecture, its urban space and the multiple communities that together make the city what it is. Federation Square curates the public realm in the same way that the NGV delivers an exhibition.

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Sold down the river: Federation Square East


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