danny. 22. architecture intern. melbournian. geek.

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and thoughts that stumble across my mind.

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Looking at the night sky & trying to connect the dots. #weekend #stars #constellations.  (at Keysborough Vic)

Looking at the night sky & trying to connect the dots. #weekend #stars #constellations. (at Keysborough Vic)

Red. 

Location: Melbourne School of Design by John Wardle Architects + NADAAA. 

Design Hub | Sean Godsell Architects

Design Hub | Sean Godsell Architects

Shutter.

Shutter.

Inked. Paper or skin, no surface is safe tonight. #drawing

Inked. Paper or skin, no surface is safe tonight. #drawing

mind-vacation asked: that photo of a rooftop in melbourne, where was that taken? i've always wanted to go around rooftop places around the city but didn't know where to start. also you have some great shots on here! keep up the good work :)

Hello! Thank you so much for the kind words and for the follow. That was taken above 180 Russell St, it’s a public car park which has some nice views. Don’t forget Melbourne has some great rooftop bars too (That’s if you’re over 18). 

"I’m reaching out to you, can you hear my call?"
Seems appropriate that I happened upon this wonderful bit of street art whilst listening to Sam Smith’s “Lay Me Down”. 
Location: Russell Place, Melbourne.

"I’m reaching out to you, can you hear my call?"

Seems appropriate that I happened upon this wonderful bit of street art whilst listening to Sam Smith’s “Lay Me Down”. 

Location: Russell Place, Melbourne.

Exploring rooftops as another weekend comes to a close. There’s still so much to this city that is waiting to be discovered. 

Exploring rooftops as another weekend comes to a close. There’s still so much to this city that is waiting to be discovered. 

Melbourne School of Design: Dulux Gallery
Architects: John Wardle Architects + NADAAA

Melbourne School of Design: Dulux Gallery

Architects: John Wardle Architects + NADAAA

Exploring Angkor Wat by dcmbrdsk

Louvre.

Louvre.

A work of art is never something static. It’s always something on the move and in a process. The process starts with an idea, or a thought, but having an idea is not making a work of art.

Olafur Eliasson

Urban Forest, A’Beckett Square (RMIT University)
Artist: Ash Keating

Urban Forest, A’Beckett Square (RMIT University)

Artist: Ash Keating

50 Lonsdale Street, The Urban Workshop | John Wardle Architects

50 Lonsdale Street, The Urban Workshop | John Wardle Architects

Perforated Zinc Screens | University of Melbourne: Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning / Melbourne School of Design. 

Perforated Zinc Screens | University of Melbourne: Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning / Melbourne School of Design.