In pictures: £59m home of Melbourne Conservatorium of Music opens its doors

IMAGE 2_High res – The Ian Potter Southbank Centre – Main foyer_Credit – Trevor Mein

Scheme part of £109m upgrade of Melbourne University’s Southbank campus

The new home of the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music has opened its doors to staff and students.

Designed by Melbourne-based John Wardle Architects, the AUD$109m (£59m) Ian Potter Southbank Centre has been developed by the University of Melbourne

The project is at the heart of the university’s AUD$200m (£109m) overhaul of its Southbank campus and is a major part of Melbourne’s Arts Precinct.

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