This building will be known to many as that big block of flats in Claremont opposite the boys school (on Stirling Highway, near Stirling Road).
Now it's got a big slinky on it. And that's better.
Because of our senses. As our senses are engaged we participate more... so public art leads to more community participation and thus economic innovation, safety, and regional resilience.
The investment pays itself off. A Beautiful City argues for that, to defend common sense and invigorate city development in our unique way.