A Photographic Exploration of Fitzroy

There is something about Fitzroy. It has an energy and a vibrancy that sets it apart from other inner suburbs of Melbourne. It oozes attitude and character. Everywhere you look contemporary art is entwined with heritage architecture in a robust urban hub.

It is this vibrant and creative character which assisted our decision to set up Atelier Red + Black in Fitzroy.

This week we set off to explore the sights of our new neighborhood and photograph this amazing tapestry of urbanism.

Enjoy

Architecture is for Everyone!

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Amazing large scale street art

Amazing large scale street art

Graffiti art on the side of a terrace house

Abstract graffiti art on the side of a terrace house

Columns on Brunswick Street

Columns on Brunswick Street

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Das T-Shirt Automat on Johnston Street

Das T-Shirt Automat on Johnston Street

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The neo classical Fitzroy Town hall

The neo-classical Fitzroy Town hall

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About Michael Smith

Architect and Director of Atelier Red + Black based in Melbourne, Australia
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