The latest design for a new $700 million convention centre to be built on the edge of Canberra's Parliamentary Triangle has been unveiled by its world-renowned architect.
The concept is a collaboration between the architecture firm responsible for Parliament House, Guida Moseley Brown (GMB), and Rome-based architect Massimiliano Fuksas.
Mr Fuksas has been in Canberra this week spruiking the plans for the new convention centre to be known as the Australia Forum.
"This is a very important project. For me it is one of the most important," he said.
The futuristic design is actually based on the ACT's landscape features including the Brindabella Mountains and Lake Burley Griffin.
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