Sacred Spaces celebrates architecture in Melbourne and the built environment. It is the only Australian television show that promotes a debate about architecture and brings it to a wider audience.
In the show, architects are interviewed about their favourite building in Melbourne – their sacred space.
Series three focuses on women in Melbourne's built environment. They discuss their views, designs and the issues affecting their professional lives. Sacred Spaces celebrates and draws attention to the women making a positive contribution to the diversity of Melbourne architecture, without forgetting their male colleagues.
The series also looks at the impact that the planning and development of cities has on community wellbeing.
Highlights of series three include St Paul's Cathedral, GPO Melbourne, the National Gallery of Victoria and Goods Shed North. Other films feature The Common Ground Housing Initiative, Flinders Lane and the revitalisation of Dandenong.
Some of Melbourne's most iconic landmarks are here: the new Royal Children's Hospital, The St Kilda Beach foreshore, the Sydney Myer Music Bowl, Francis Ormond House RMIT, 140 William Street and the Melbourne Convention Centre.
Other buildings featured are the Neuroscience Centre in Parkville, the Sandridge Bridge Precinct redevelopment, Media House, the famous Hero Apartments, the Advanced Technology Centre, Swinburne University, and 1 Spring Street, formerly Shell House.
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