ARM features in new Central Melbourne Axis Walking Tour App

The Victorian chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects has launched an app showcasing the architectural story of Melbourne’s central axis for a general audience.

The app, titled Central Melbourne Axis Walking Tour, features three ARM projects: The Shrine of Remembrance (Galleries of Remembrance), RMIT University Storey Hall and Green Brain, and the Barak Building.

Other featured buildings include: National Gallery of Victoria, MPavilion, Arts Centre Melbourne, Princes Bridge, Flinders Street Railway Station, Federation Square, St Paul’s Cathedral, Nicholas Building, Manchester Unity Building, Melbourne Town Hall, The Capitol RMIT Theatre, Council House 2, Curtin House, QV Melbourne, State Library of Victoria, RMIT Rodda Lane, RMIT Swanston Academic Building, Melbourne City Baths and RMIT Design Hub.

The tour includes commentaries from:

  • Ian McDougall, LFRAIA  (ARM Architecture)
  • Angelo Candalepas, LFRAIA  (Candalepas Associates)
  • Elaine Chia  (CEO, Naomi Milgrom Foundation)
  • Hamish Lyon, LFRAIA  (NH Architecture)
  • Donald Bates, LFRAIA  (Lab Architecture Studio)
  • Arthur Andronas, RAIA  (Arthur Andronas Conservation)
  • Marc Dixon, RAIA  (Marc Dixon Architect)
  • Jocelyn Chiew, FAILA RAIA  (City of Melbourne)
  • Peter Malatt, LFRAIA  (Six Degrees)
  • Stephen Webb, RAIA  (DesignInc)
  • Ruth Wilson, LFRAIA  (Architectus)
  • Howard Raggatt, LFRAIA  (ARM Architecture)
  • Amelia Borg, RAIA  (Sibling Architecture)
  • Carey Lyon, LFRAIA  (Lyons)
  • Sean Godsell, LFRAIA  (Sean Godsell Architects)

Link to app here.