If you’ve ever passed by Barry Street, while walking along Chapel, you would have noticed ‘A Look to the Future’. A large-scale art piece painted by street art superstars Camscale and Makatron.
This impressive, bright mural is an interpretation of the future of science and thought. Painted on the retail frontage of the Melbourne Polytechnic information centre, it is the perfect mix of edgy and education. The collaboration was a project put in motion by the Chapel Street Precinct Association and Melbourne Polytechnic to introduce more high quality and thought-provoking street art into the Chapel Street Precinct.
Painted over a weekend, the entire project was captured on a time-lapse video. Check it out!
To help throw at least one of your Xmas Day ails out the door, why not let someone else handle the cooking and the clean up?
Jamie Durie’s Groundswell is a revolutionary content project that will change the way people connect with global environmental issues and shine a light on what our Chapel Precinct businesses are doing in this space, especially for Christmas.
Stuck on where to find a gift this Christmas? We’ve got the perfect gift for you & all you have to do to win is find Nova’s Summer Santa!
If you’re sitting on the plane (or anywhere really) reading this and dreading the thought of staying with your family, we’ve got a suggestion, don’t.
We know Chrissy shopping can be the last thing on your list at this time of year, which is why we’ve put together three locations in Chapel Street Precinct to park your car and sort out gifts for the whole family in just two hours.
Welcomed as one of Australia’s biggest and most innovative examples of mixed urban design – expanding community facilities while increasing parking and boosting business around the precinct – Prahran Square will provide 10,000 square metres of public space, more than Federation Square.
Before this article had even started, we could feel the Melburnian eyes of judgement piercing through their screens. Coffee is quite possibly THE most important part of our lives, closely followed by #fashun and eating at every new restaurant before it’s reviewed by Broadsheet.
Channel Seven’s The Great Weekend had some fun in Chapel Street Precinct and visited some of our most eclectic and unique retailers.