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Inside the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, Australia. Designed by Roy Grounds and opened in 1967, the museum underwent restoration by Mario Bellini with Metier 3 and reopened in 2003.
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I believe this room to be a very modern design. The materials used on the floor and the multiple pegs that can be seen on the middle structure make the piece very unique. Overall it is an interesting work.
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