The most outstanding achievement however of the architect couple lies in the remarkable aspect of Canberra city, Australia. Firstly the landscape was exploited by the architect. Altogether taken, the site was taken into consideration as a amphitheater with irregularity consisting of north-east Ainslie in rear, flanked on each side through either Pleasant hill or black mountain, each of which were forming the main galleries consisting of water slopes, a big hall with waterway’s and basin for flood. Furthermore there is an arena having southern slopes reflecting the basin and the stage was terraced and set at the structures of government monuments defined sharply through tier on tier development to the internal forest culminating Capitol Hill and with Red hills (Boyce 1993). City planning typical attitudes placed statues as intersection nodes. The development desired at the city was a development of future based techniques needed for flourishing more doomed lands. The city plan was developed to personalize every structure and implementation within the city through appropriate measures. The vision of Griffins remains in making the city an ideal city.