6. Department of Lands Building
This large three storey public building which firmly depicts Victorian Renaissance Revival architectural style was designed by Colonial architect James Barnet. At the time of its completion it was the largest public building of the nation consisting of interesting elements like spiral staircase, Queen Victoria mosaic at the entrance.
7. Wynyard Walk
Designed with a concept of “Flow” the Wynyard walk is the pedestrian which connects Wynyard station and Barangaroo waterfront. The elliptical plan and cylindrical section make it an interesting structure.
8. Rose Seidler House
A former residence which is now converted into a museum was designed by Harry Seilder and built by Bret R. Lake. This Bauhaus style two storey structure has 12 rooms with ground floor elevated from north and east sides.
9. University of Sydney
Ranked in the top 10 World’s most beautiful campus was designed by Edmund Blacket. The composition of Neo Gothic sandstone quadrangle and great tower buildings was done by him.
10. Aurora Place
Designed by the famous architect Renzo Piano, Mark Carroll and Shunji Ishida the skyscraper is located in the heart of Sydney. It is a combination of residential and corporate typology which was among the most challenging parts of the design. It comprises a winter garden on north west and south east of the tower floor facing the Sydney Harbour, hence providing its users a natural environment.