Tuesday, 3 January 2012

MILL PARK LIBRARY

Mill Park is a relatively new outer Northern suburb in Melbourne, situated 23 km from the CBD, in a "population growth corridor". Its Local Government Area is the City of Whittlesea. At the 2006 Census, Mill Park had a population of 31,642. The Mill Park Library opened in 2002 at a cost of $8 million, and was the first library in Victoria to be designed on the concept of a hybrid digital/print library. It serves the northern outer suburbs. This iconic library building on Plenty Road has a spacious children’s library, a fully equipped training room with 12 PCs, an extensive Local History collection and a quiet reading area. As well as material in English, the library offers community language material in Italian, Greek, Maltese and Chinese.


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6 comments:

  1. Brilliant architecture for this public building.

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  2. The colour effects through the windows in the first photo are very artistic! And love the roofline design with leaning pillars! Inside, the columns are a most unusual shape - like a modern, minimalist Doric column! Interesting post!

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  3. It looks so futuristic. My how Melbourne has changed since we went hiking in the area.

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  4. Such a modern building! Beautiful.

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  5. Very futuristic looking!
    Are those trolleys I see, for your armload of books?

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  6. People in Melbourne are lucky to have so many good libraries around . To read and read is bliss.

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