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Drawing on the past

One of the Chancellery’s most spectacular design features is the clerestory ceiling. It is covered with an image of Australian artist Margaret Preston’s lino-cut print, Tea-Tree And Hakea Petiolaris (1936), visible from all floors through the building’s central voids.

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