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The Atrium, Federation Square, Melbourne
SOURCE: David Simmonds, Fed Square Pty Ltd, courtesy of Tourism Australia, the tourism promotion authority of the government of Australia, used with permission.
Inspired by Melbourne's laneways and arcades, The Atrium is an elaborate cocoon of steel and glass that connects the Yarra River to Flinders St.
The cantilevered form of this covered space is a location for indoor events such as fashion parades, festival launch parties and a regular book market. It is flanked by cafes and boutique stores.
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