Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Art Deco Reuse

This wonderful Art Deco building was built in 1933 as part of a city waste management complex but is now wonderfully renovated and restored. It now houses Grace, an event venue, and Toben, a catering/event space. Fabulous isn't it?  
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13 comments:

PerthDailyPhoto said...

It is Pat and this Grace would happily be housed there also 😉

Lea said...

Yes, it is beautiful!
Have a wonderful day!

Taken For Granted said...

Yes, this is a fine looking building. Glad it has found a new use.

eileeninmd said...

hello,

Yes is a pretty design and building. It is great that is being re-used.

Wishing you a great day!

William Kendall said...

It is quite distinctive.

sccollections said...

Indeed a nice building and lucky that it had escaped the sledgehammer.

Cloudia said...

I like that great little building and your photo, PatI like that great little building and your photo, Pat

Iris Flavia said...

Beautiful. Here we have near to no one-storey houses... (but signs, we do ;-)...)

Tom said...

...to think that years ago a city waste management building was built in should a wonderful style, have times have changed! Thanks for sharing, enjoy your day.

bill burke said...

A beautiful old building and glad it's still being used.

Kay said...

This reminds me of the larger building you showed with the brewery in it. This is another space well worth restoring.

Michelle said...

That is a beautiful building and so nice to see it being put to good use.

Jack said...

Fabulous? Indeed.