1970s – Proposed Redevelopment of The Rocks, Sydney
Proposed redevelopment of The Rocks area of Sydney in the 1970s. The Rocks is the oldest part of the city and contains many heritage buildings.
1973 – Sydney Opera House
The Sydney Opera House is one of the most distinctive and famous 20th-century buildings, and one of the most famous performing arts venues in the world.
1977 – Town Hall House, Kent St., Sydney, Australia
Opened on 28 June 1977, as an annex building to the City Hall and replaced an earlier building which housed the Sydney County Council’s Electricity Department and sales showroom on Druitt Street.
1981 – Sydney Tower, Sydney, Australia
Sydney Tower is Sydney’s tallest free-standing structure, and the second tallest in Australia (with the Q1 building on the Gold Coast being the tallest).
1988 – Australian Parliament Building, Canberra
In 1978 the government decided to proceed with a new building on Capital Hill, and the Parliament House Construction Authority was created.
1992 – Chifley Tower, Sydney, Australia
Considered the second-tallest building in Sydney, Chifley Tower is used primarily for commercial use,
1993 – Governor Phillip Tower, Sydney, Australia
Governor Phillip Tower sits 10 floors above street level on a series of large beams atop a 4-level sandstone-clad podium (upon which Governor Macquarie Tower also sits).
2000 – Aurora Place, Sydney, Australia
Aurora Place is a pair of towers for office and residential use. They are connected at ground level by a piazza that is sheltered under a suspended glass canopy.
2005 – Deutsche Bank Place, Sydney, Australia
Construction began in 2002 and was completed in 2005. The buildings unusual design and distinctive profile were guided by a number of factors,