Located one kilometre to the south of Uluru in central Australia, Uluru-Kata Tjuta Aboriginal Cultural Centre is intended to be a meeting place where the Anangu people of the western desert, the traditional custodians of the national park, can share their stories and traditional laws with visitors to the national park.
Architect Gregory Burgess spent a month with the Mititjulu people, the community of Anangu who live adjacent to Uluru, who explained through stories, song and dance, their culture and landscape. Using natural forms and materials, Burgess and the Mitijulu people have created an uncomplicated but not unsophisticated building.
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- Uluru Cultural Centre - Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory
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