An unconventional publication inspired by a piece of Melbourne architecture. The building I was inspired by were the  ORBIS apartments  located in South Melbourne. 

An unconventional publication inspired by a piece of Melbourne architecture. The building I was inspired by were the ORBIS apartments located in South Melbourne. 

 The unconventional design of the building drew from Surrealism and the principles of removing selective masses to create shapes, and this is reflected in the experimental concept of this publication.. 

The unconventional design of the building drew from Surrealism and the principles of removing selective masses to create shapes, and this is reflected in the experimental concept of this publication.. 

 Gold was chosen for the 'exterior' of the publication, red and blue for the 'interior' to reflect ORBIS's colors. 

Gold was chosen for the 'exterior' of the publication, red and blue for the 'interior' to reflect ORBIS's colors. 

 The piece was ultimately chosen to exhibit at the Australian Institute of Architects in Melbourne. 

The piece was ultimately chosen to exhibit at the Australian Institute of Architects in Melbourne. 

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 An unconventional publication inspired by a piece of Melbourne architecture. The building I was inspired by were the  ORBIS apartments  located in South Melbourne. 
 The unconventional design of the building drew from Surrealism and the principles of removing selective masses to create shapes, and this is reflected in the experimental concept of this publication.. 
 Gold was chosen for the 'exterior' of the publication, red and blue for the 'interior' to reflect ORBIS's colors. 
 The piece was ultimately chosen to exhibit at the Australian Institute of Architects in Melbourne. 
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An unconventional publication inspired by a piece of Melbourne architecture. The building I was inspired by were the ORBIS apartments located in South Melbourne. 

The unconventional design of the building drew from Surrealism and the principles of removing selective masses to create shapes, and this is reflected in the experimental concept of this publication.. 

Gold was chosen for the 'exterior' of the publication, red and blue for the 'interior' to reflect ORBIS's colors. 

The piece was ultimately chosen to exhibit at the Australian Institute of Architects in Melbourne. 

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