Interior (Post#13) : Brisbane Arcade
Photos of the day are all about interior design of Brisbane Arcade. The building was built to reflect the archetype of the traditional European shopping arcades of the late 18th century and it is said that the Brisbane Arcade is the only remaining example of it. It showcase the Edwardian Baroque style street facades, original terrazzo stairs, dado panelling and lead lighting and balustrading. At the time of the visit, Brisbane Arcade celebrates 90th anniversary. These photos are part of Brisbane Open House Event Tour last October 2013.
Central Walkway from Queen Street towards Adelaide Street with terrazzo flooring and leading to gallery stores on each side
Central Walkway from the upper level showing the terrazo flooring
Roof structure with lightweight exposed steel trusses and clerestory windows on both sides to admit light naturally
Lead Light windows in each gallery store on both levels and ballustrades at the upper level
Central Walkway towards Adelaide Street displaying the ‘Mirage’ 1978, Stainless Steel and Bronsze by Gidon Graetz.
With Ballustre at the upper level
With Chandelier Hanging Lights
Balluster at the upper level with gallery store on the side
With lead-light windows on each gallery stores at the upper level, ballusters, and chandelier lights
Some of the stores inside Brisbane Arcade
Inside of one of the store
Photo : Interior inside Brisbane Arcade, interior design
Location : 160 Queen St, Brisbane City QLD 4000, Australia
Directions / Transportation :
1. Take any translink train and get off at Central Station. Exit at Ann Street
a. Turn right along Ann Street, next turn left at Albert Street, then turn left at Adelaide Street or
b. Turn left along Ann Street, next turn right at Edward Street, then turn right at Adelaide Street
Official Website : Brisbane Arcade
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