Melbourne St Kilda Pier Kiosk Card
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Located at the end of the famous St Kilda Pier is a charming kiosk designed by James Charles Morell, constructed in 1904. Ninety-nine years later in September 2003, it was destroyed by fire.
The pier and it's kiosk are the soul of St Kilda, summer strolls along it have been a ritual with generations of Melburnians. After enormous public support and some government funding, the kiosk was reconstructed in 2006 for future generations of locals and visitors to enjoy.
Designer Helena Harry studied fine art at Melbourne's VCA before moving to Europe where she trained and began a successful international career in architecture. Today she continues her architectural and design practice from Melbourne. Helena's greeting card designs focus on the iconic architecture, culture and design of our favourite city.
Printed digitally in Melbourne using sustainable non-toxic inks on 340gsm (nice and thick) recycled paper.
Blank inside includes envelope and cello bag
Dimensions (cm): 13 x 13
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