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Treasury Gardens

Treasury Gardens



In a rendition called Suburb Series, architects Lauren O’Donnell & Adam Dwyer from ODD Studio, draw Melbourne suburbs, viewed from above.


Each drawing is a static image, deep in information about, planning, history, geography, construction, solar and time. Pieced together from a blend of archived maps and aerial photographs, the drawings embed a personal emotion, felt with the rich belonging to a connection of place.


Created in 1867 on 5.84 hectares next to Treasury Building, Treasury Gardens were designed by Clement Hodgkinson as a pattern of diagonal crossing paths line with trees.Forming part of the network of city gardens, the gardens are listed on the Victorian Heritage Register for its outstanding nineteenth century design, path layout and planting.


SIZEA4 (210mm x 297mm) PAPER

Archival Pigment Print on Canson Printmaking Rag 310gsm – 100% cotton, white, no OBA’s.The off-white, textured paper provides a professional pairing for the monochrome aesthetic of the collection. Cotton Rag refers to papers made from cotton textile remnants - 100% recycled.


Individually printed at our local Melbourne print shop, all prints are printed with archival pigment ink using the Giclee method. The fine art Giclee embeds the sharpest detail and highest resolution.



Each print is embossed with the ODD Studio marking.

  • Artists Name

    Adam Dwyer
  • Dimensions

  • Medium

    Pen & Ink
  • Exhibition

    No Strings Attached

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