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    Krystopher Gonzalez 25 September 2015 ARC 2701 Annotated Bibliography Source 1 Fromonot, Francoise, and Jon Utzon. “Sydney Opera House.” Picon, Antoine: L’art de l’ingenieur, Paris: Editions du Centre Pompiduo (1997) This genuine piece of architecture is possibly Australia’s most famous building. The Sydney Opera House is located in New South Wales, Australia in the city of Sydney. In 1955, Bennelong Point officially became the ideal site of where the house would be constructed. This impressive architectural structure was built in three different stages. In the first stage, the base and the platform was designed to make the foundation of the building. The second stage consisted of the developing of its creative roof shells, which were placed on top of the platform. The third stage completed the interior design, windows, and other details. Source 2 Murray, Peter. "The Saga of SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE." (1918): n. pag. Web. Source 3 Sydney Opera House: Nomination by the Government of Australia of the Sydney Opera House for Inscription on the World Heritage List 2006. Canberra, A.C.T.: Dept. of the Environment and Heritage, 2006. Web.…

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    Sydney Opera House Case Study Assignment There are multiple ways that companies acquire customers to buy into their product or service. However, this assignment will be based around enterprise value creation as explained by Payne and Frow (2013, pg. 261) ways that companies add value for their customers and vice versa for their customers to add value to the company and obtaining the most value from a customer experience. An ACURA model will also be explained included, elements, concepts and…

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    Sydney Research Paper

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    to its reputation as one of the most liveable cities in the world. Inducing jealously in citizens of other metropolis,’ Sydney is truly unique due to its location next to miles of beautiful ocean coastline, sandy surf beaches yet just an hour away from large national parks and forests. The city itself is also renowned as one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse cities in Australia.; Sydney is also home to two of the most iconic structures on Earth: The Opera House and Sydney Harbour…

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    Opera House Essay

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    An opera house is the place for performing arts such like opera, stage show, symphony, choral concert, singer concert and a place for the artist to perform or display their arts as a world tour around the world. There are hundreds of opera houses around the world include the Malaysia’s opera house as known as Palace of Culture, also known as Istana Budaya that located next to the National Art Gallery on Jalan Tun Razak in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. The first and the greatest public opera house…

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    Australian Culture

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    astonishing cultures, but the most astonishing culture is that of Australia. There are many different aspects of Australian culture. One of the main aspects of Australian culture is the type of music and dance styles. Australia has many different components that make it up like the outback, education, and culture. There are ways that someone can tell the type of culture that a country has just by listening to the type of music that is playing. Australia's culture is a very old culture.…

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    Australian culture is broad and varied like Australia’s landscape. It is a multicultural country and this is reflected in the food, lifestyle, daily practices and experience. Australia's has an important heritage from its original landowners the aboriginal people which continuously plays an important role in the country's landscape. Approximately 70 percent of Australia is semi arid or desert. It is a country that has been inhabited for 50,000 years, but it is considered a young country. Its…

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    Sydney Opera House Essay

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    The two largest theatres, the Opera Theatre and Concert Hall reside in the two larger ‘shells’ of the building. The three smaller sized theatres, the Drama Theatre, Playhouse and Studio are located on the western side of the building with the Utzon room on the eastern side. The forecourt, which is used for most community event and large scale outside performances, is located outside the building towards the back. The concert hall is the largest with 2678 seats and is home of the Sydney Symphony.…

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    Australia has a population of about 23.13 million people. Australia's capital is Canberra. Australia's prime minister is Malcolm Turnbull. Australia has lots of beautiful cities. For example Sydney is a very beautiful. One of the top sites to see in Sydney is Sydney Opera House. The blue mountains are very beautiful. The cairns is also a very beautiful place. Uluru is also a very beautiful place. Perth is also a very beautiful place to. The Gold Coast is also a very beautiful place. The Great…

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    Sydney, Australia With a population of 5 million, Sydney, Australia is easily known as one of the biggest cities in Australia. Maybe it is so popular because of its many attractions, or for its laid back feeling. It may even be because of its interesting and intriguing Holidays. Whatever the reason may be, Sydney continues to grow each and every day, raising the population rapidly. No wonder it took Nemo’s dad, Marlin, so long to find him, Sydney was huge. Being the world’s largest (but not…

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    It wasn’t just Whitlam’s policy achievements that left a lasting impact on Australia, the matter in which his government ceased to be caused great turmoil, mixed opinions, anger and confusion following the Dismissal on Remembrance Day, 1975. The event impacted on Australian culturally, politically and socially due to the fact what happened had never happened before, nor is it likely that it will ever happen again. Before the press knew about what had happened, he informed his ministers and…

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