Sunday, December 9, 2012

768. Australia's National Gallery and High Court


Dear Kylie,

Australia's National Gallery and High Court in Canberra
are two late 20th-Century Brutalist buildings of great
historical, social, and aesthetic relevance. The High Court
was designed to be seen from across the lake, while the
National Gallery is characterized by the informal plantings
of the Sculpture Garden and the very fine landscaping
around it.

Regards,
R

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