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Crown Casino

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Text from Melbourne Architecture

Crown Casino

Queensbridge Street at the Yarra River, Melbourne

1993-97 Bates Smart; Daryl Jackson Pty Ltd; Perrott Lyon Mathieson, architects in association


One of the largest and most expensive postwar building projects ever to be constructed in Melbourne, Crown Casino, by its very size, demands comment and even a visit. Designed by a consortium of local architects, the choice of architectural imagery is externally understated (and largely picturesque) urbanity, rather than the burlesque hype and glamour of Las Vegas.


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Below, four postcards of Crown.



Sculpture on the Yarra Promenade in front of the casino complex and below, a very popular Crown fountain.


Below, three of my own shots of Crown.


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Peter Maltezos's picture

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Jonian Noxha's picture

Lloyd Williams was the owner and driving force behind Crown in it’s early years then sold it to the Packers. Lloyd was one of the main drivers behind Hudson Conway, original architect/developer (along with Daryl Jackson) of the Crown site and it was constructed mainly by Grocon and i would suggest you to check another places of casinos right here http://thejoineryshop-accoya.com/

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