[MLC Centre, Sydney]. Max Dupain, 1911–1992 Aust.
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[MLC Centre, Sydney]

c1980. Vintage silver gelatin photograph, press print, photographer’s stamp, architect’s and publishing stamps with dates “1983”, “1984” and “1986”, and annotated in ink in an unknown hand verso, 28.5 x 18.6cm. Handling crinkles, some with surface cracks, retouching to lower left corner, indents due to annotation verso.

Stamps include “Harry Seidler & Associates, Architects, 2 Glen St, Milson’s Point, [NSW], Australia”; “Max Dupain and Associates Pty Ltd, Unit 13, Valletta Building, Campbell Street, Artarmon 2064, Australia. Telephone 439 4140, 439 4256” and “John Fairfax Photographic Library.”

Illustrated in Drew, Two Towers. Harry Seidler: Australia Square, MLC Centre, 1980, p13.

Taken from a helicopter, the view is looking towards North Sydney, depicting the Australia Square building on the far left and the Sydney Opera House on the right.

Awarded the Sir John Sulman Medal, the MLC Centre, 25 Martin Place, is considered to be one of Seidler’s “most definitive works.” Standing at a height of 228 metres with 67 storeys, the MLC Centre “is one of the world’s tallest reinforced concrete buildings and was one of the tallest buildings in the world outside North America at the time of its completion. The MLC Centre was Sydney’s tallest office building from 1977 to 1992.” Ref: Wiki.

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Item #CL204-23

Price (AUD): $3,300.00  other currencies

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