maybe, ...don't quite get my point.ryan79 said:^^
There is plenty of cities with less and the street is not little, it runs a long the Swan river - waterfront property in Perth is very popular. Certain angles make the city street look shorter than it really is.
When the river front runs out of room then the density will grow. But every city has landmark buildings, so whats wrong with these? A couple more to go along with them would be nice.
Agreed. I have always thought that the Perth skyline viewed from the north is like looking at its backside. Even the back of QV1 resembles butt cheeks. Many major towers are orientated to 'face' the water and Kings Park and the biggies on St Georges Terrace obscure all the wonderful mid-rises between them and the Esplanade.SkyBoy said:Perth does indeed look very photogenic and beautiful when viewed from across the Swan river. But when viewed from the other side, it looks kind of dull, and the aerial shot actually shows how small the CBD really is. The city definitely needs alot more density, and I hope it will achieve it sometime in the not too distant future.