This building in Dulwich Hill, Sydney, NSW, is in the process of being demolished to make way for a development of apartments.
I can imagine a corrugated metal bull nosed roof providing shade for the occupants of a balcony that is adorned with iron lace work.You can see how the former roof has protected the paint from the sun’s bleaching rays, marked by shading of the painted surfaces.
I particularly like the blue French doors contrasted against the yellow wall, it reminds me of the heat of a European Summer. It is a shame that the whole building wasn’t painted with the same colours.
7 thoughts on “March of progress”
Thanks for sharing!
You’re welcome 🙂
will be interested to see before and after
Watch this space in a couple of years time 🙂
Ha ha 🙂
The building across the road at work has been torn down, being rebuilt – I wish I had a before photo, I can’t even remember what it looked like!
I used to get upset to see old buildings being removed, now I feel a sadness and accept that all things must change. An indication of mellowing with age 🙂
Depends on the building – the office one wasn’t anything special…but the noise of demolition and construction aren’t fun !