Footpath Guides: Melbourne 1950-1970 showcases examples of the city's architecture via easy and insightful self-guided walking tours. This guide includes landmark buildings such as ICI House, Myer Music Bowl and NGV - National Gallery of Victoria.
Designed by Joseph Reed, one of Australia's most influential Victorian-era architects. The pocket-sized guide showcases notable architectural examples from the era, taking the reader on a figurative and literal stroll through the built history of one of Australia's premier urban centres.
Footpath Guides feature clear maps, concise descriptions and accurate illustrations, showcasing notable examples from each architectural era, spanning the 1810s to the 1990s. The Guides are playful, timeless and informative. Meticulously designed in the graphic style of each era, mixing vintage patterns, retro fonts, clashing colours and abstraction. The Footpath Guides to Melbourne showcase examples of the city’s architecture via easy and insightful self-guided walking tours.