The most prominent spread of architectural reform and abstract expressionism was evident in 2 main cities inclusive of Melbourne and Sydney. These two cities share a relationship which is not just a mere cultural difference between the cities but the way in which each city fostered modernism and allowed the spread of expressionism throughout their buildings (Mumford 1954). The relatively brief architectural history of Australia is dominated by Walter Burley and Marion Mahony Griffin and their work seems to be comparative only with Utzon with respect to global recognition. The most excellent creation was University of Melbourne which was expanded throughout the further years by less talented experts and now through Edmond and Corrigan architects (discussion on same is followed). The University building originally developed through the Griffins is architectural decoration language with facades, mixed colors and use of appropriate materials, and with references used historically. This architecture was a new architecture depicting neo-gothic perspective which after a century was considered as a post modernism expression constitutive of desires and delight. Architecture was used by the Griffins as a mean to enhance elegantly their philosophies personally especially their relationship with the Theosophy theology and Anthroposophy theology. These beliefs were expressed by the Griffins especially by using the volume of architecture to formulate a classic formula of planning. This formula was further inclusive of using sunlight, shadows and precisely used material for developing a personality based architectural structure. Most of the buildings by the Griffins are comprised by Newman stones which were cut roughly and shaved smoothly (Boyce 1993). The stones were jagged and shaped at the edges and consisted of framing for doors and windows in the manner which was medieval. In leadlight glazing leadlight glass was set in a form of crystal vase with finials on the rooftop sculptured to depict ice and still the frails were strong as a steeple of a church. The griffins further believed in architecture employment for representing humanity and also spirituality. Edmond and Corrigan also knew much on spirituality based values and they did design various buildings for religious purpose but their architecture for organizations and humanity sense was not same as that of the Griffins. The architecture of the Griffins was not only temporal and contemporary but also complicated just as living in this modernized world. The category to which the architects belong to is landscape architects.