Tuesday, April 1, 2014

H1tach1's in the sky. roughly 4six Ea5ey St. C0llingw00d. Well now I know graffiti has gone to the shit. When it's finally filtered all the way down to the mainstream of architectural design it might be time to find a new hobby. Anyways enough of my shit. There's 3 carriages on top of a new apartment complex. Looks like the carriages themselves are going to become bedrooms. There's more cool photo's of the carriages being lifted (click here for link). Supposedly it's by the same architect firm that done the "Hive" apartments in Carlton, (click here for link) I thought I'd seen it all with the Hive apartments, but this new one takes the cake.
P00L, (it's strange, but nothing in this street seems to have a number) It's just Gr4nt St. Cr4nb0urne. It's opposite TRI0S sp0rt club. Thanks "Josh" for the location and pics. Check out Josh's insta page at: http://instagram.com/joshwilsnach
Ag3 Car3 facility, 8seven R4df0rd Rd. Re5erv0ir. Was a bit tricky to get into, but worth the effort. It's got about 50 bedrooms divided off into 2 wings, nurses station, little store rooms, showers and all the rest. Was surprised to find the power and water still connected. So I'm not sure if the internal security camera's are working. But I had no problems, and as long as you're not smashing up the place or pinching stuff, you've got nothing to worry about. Thanks "Herbert" for the heads up.

Saturday, March 1, 2014

Sch00l, corner of W00dlands and Langtr33 Ave. Pasc0e Va1e Sth. It's not a very big sch00l, and it was a bit tricky to get into, but it has an unusual layout. There's a huge assembly hall on top of 4 or 5 small classrooms below. And there was a small weatherboard building seperate from the main one that had a couple more class rooms. Thanks "Benderz" for the spot.

Swimming pool, at the end of G0u1burn St. Br0admead0ws. Pretty much what you'd expect to see at a swimming pool - 4 or 5 pools of varying depth, change rooms (male and female), life guard house, pump room, club house, and a few other little bits and pieces. Worth a look if you're out that way.
Furniture manufacturer, Jack Rd. Cheltenham. Unfortunately this place got pulled down really quickly but I thought I'd share some picks with you. This place was really good. There were 4 or 5 really large sheds that had an industrial feel. A double storey office / showroom area, and heaps of little rooms to explore. It's a shame it went so quick, but thanks "Grem" for the heads up while it lasted.