Stanhill is a nine storey block of apartments, designed in an interwar
Functionalist style by renowned emigre architect Frederick
Romberg. Considered to be the most impressive of his works, it was
designed in 1942 for Stanley and Hillary Korman Stanhill Pty Ltd
but not completed until 1950.
This print is part of an ongoing poster series exploring the iconic and sometimes understated architecture of Melbourne.
Each poster is digitally illustrated by hand and stripped of the everyday noise that normally surrounds these buildings. Doing this allows you to view the building with a sense of calm and isolation and experience the design in a way in which the architects skill is fully appreciated.
Printed A3 on 200GSM Ecostar 100% recycled paper.
Frame not included.
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