Pretty photos of buildings, and the stories behind them.
Melbourne is an ever growing city, but only 10 kilometres from the CBD lies a curious grid of abandoned roads, in the industrial backblocks of Sunshine North.
I’ve written about the Royal Children’s Hospital redevelopment before – in particular the demolition of the old hospital – but this time I’m revisiting the subject after I stumbled upon an interesting article in The Age.
Modern day Melbourne is well known for rooftop bars, and even high class restaurants at the top of tall skyscrapers. So in a recent research expedition, I was somewhat surprised to find that 447 Collins Street once had a rooftop restaurant.
There is something about the architecture of KFC fast food restaurants – you can spot them from a mile away. So what happens when they close down, and how have they changed over the years?