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Kodak House is in the Elizabeth Street mall in central Hobart. The top of the narrow five storey building has two narrow ‘towers’ on each end with a crenelated parapet running between them. In the centre is a shield bearing a ‘K’. The upper…

Completed in 1906, the elaborate National Mutual Life Building in Hobart, Tasmania, was designed by Hobart-born architect Alan Cameron Walker (1864-1931). It is a mixture of Romanesque and Gothic architecture and features semi-circular windows with…

The Colonial Mutual Life Building in Hobart, Tasmania, was designed by Sydney architects Hennesy & Hennesy and completed in 1936. It is in the Stripped Classical style with Art Deco elements, whilst the sculptural embellishments are reminiscent of…