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Incinerator Turned Recording Studio: The Story Behind Thebarton's Second Chance at Life

Many abandoned spaces and buildings are being given a second chance at being relevant by being repurposed into commercial spaces, recreational areas, museums, and heritage sites. Not only does this allow such spaces to be made useful but it also attracts attention which could possibly bring rebirth to certain areas.

We took a look at the High Line before which was a used and abandoned railway which was turned into a more modern space which people were able to appreciate more. Now, we have the former Thebarton Reverberatory Incinerator in Adelaide which has now become Wundenberg's Recording Studios.

(Image credit: Wundenberg's)


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