Posts Tagged ‘infrastructure’

More announcements for the sake of announcing things

We are in the midst of an election year folks and get ready for the constant and endless announcements of projects, oh and my favourite, re-announcement of already previously announced projects!

2005 to 2013 growth in Mernda & Doreen

I have been looking for ways to document the population explosion in the Mernda / Doreen area and I struck gold with a little bit of help from Google Earth and an internet favourite… a GIF.

Public Transport Forum – November 2010

In a bit of a twitter exchange this morning with Martin Pakula, Daniel Bowen and Tim Pallas I was pointed to the audio of a radio transport forum held by Jon Faine on ABC radio 774 in Melbourne back on the 17th of November 2010 about 10 days before the 2010 state election.

Adaptive reuse on a domestic residential scale

It’s called adaptive reuse and it is occurring a lot more in Melbourne and around the world. It is the art of taking a building or structure that has outlived it’s original intended purpose and breathing new life into it by converting its usage. While there are many examples at a commercial office and commercial […]

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