Sunday 19 November 2017


Melbourne is a city that is currently going through an extreme development phase and an ongoing skyscraper boom. Considering the CBD and Southbank, especially, Melbourne looks to become a world-class, mega-tall metropolis. In the near future, Melbourne will compete with cities like Chicago, Seoul, Singapore, Tokyo in terms of having a large number of buildings of 200+ metres tall. As the effects of this boom are becoming increasingly visible and the strain on the city's infrastructure is clearly evident, the controversy is raging regarding the benefits and drawbacks of hyper-dense, supertall overdevelopment with construction going up, Up, UP...

This post is part of the My Sunday Best meme,
and also part of the My Sunday Photo meme,
and also part of the Photo Sunday meme.


  1. It looks like they're making quite a difference

    Thank you for linking up

  2. The trouble with increasingly tall buildings is that a] pedestrians at ground level have to walk in limited light and b] working in a third floor office as I do looks out onto towering walls next door.

  3. Well I can see the downside of lots of tall buildings, but they certainly make for an impressive skyline!


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