Modern Melbourne is a series of interviews that document the extraordinary lives and careers of some of the most important architects and designers.
In this filmed interview, Emma Telfer speaks with Allan Powell. After graduating from the University of Melbourne and receiving his masters degree in architecture from RMIT Allan worked for architect Guilford Bell, before establishing his own practice in partnership with his wife Gail in the late 1970s. Along with his significant work in restaurants and hotels, he has designed many celebrated projects in Melbourne and on the Mornington Peninsula including Di Stasio House and Tarra Warra Museum of Art.
This film forms part of the Modern Melbourne story on the Culture Victoria website: https://cv.vic.gov.au/stories/built-environment/modern-melbourne/
Presented by Open House Melbourne, the series is made possible by the generous support of the interview subjects, the Heritage Council of Victoria and the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria.
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental is a luxury hotel in Hong Kong, a city where most of the luxury hotel brands are represented. This video was exclusively produced by Carioca NoMundo during Jayme Drummond’s stay in January 2015. The experience stars at the airport with a meet and greet service at the arrival gate. The video also shows Amber – hotel 2 starts Michelin restaurant, a deluxe room, the presidential suite and the spa. Portuguese with subtitles in English
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O Landmark Mandarin Oriental é um dos muitos hotéis de luxo de Hong Kong. Esse vídeo foi produzido por Jayme Drummond para o blog Carioca NoMundo durante uma estada em janeiro de 2015. Toda a experiência começa no aeroporto. O hotel envia uma equipe para recepcionar os hóspedes na porta do avião assim que desembarcam em Hong Kong. O vídeo mostra ainda o Ambar – o restaurante 2 estrelas Michelin, um apartamento deluxe, a suite presidencial e o spa.
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For reasons unknown to me, youtube ended my livestreams. I have recreated new versions. You can find them here:
Pier – View toward the North of the Pacifica Pier
Beach – View directly West of Sharp Park Beach
Mori Point – View to the South including Mori Point
And the web pages listed below have been updated to the new locations:
I have a web page which provides all three views side-by-side in a triptych-style view:
There is also a page with embedded versions of each of the views, as well as a bit of additional information about the cameras here:
RIU PALACE MINI BAR & BREAKFAST