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An image showing examples of neo-gothic windows at of the Mitchell Building, The University of Adelaide. The lower row of windows shows sets of twin lancet windows separated by a stone column, while the upper level windows comprise pairs of trefoil…

A close-up of the upper level of the Mitchell Building at The University of Adelaide. The Mitchell Building was designed by South Australian architect Willliam McMinn in the Victorian Academic Gothic style and constructed between 1879 and 1881. In…

An image of the entrance porch to the Mitchell Building at The University of Adelaide. Large lancet openings surrounded by decorative hood moulding lead from all three sides to entrance, which consists of a wooden door topped with a rose window and…

An image of the flèche (or narrow spire) that emerges from the roof of the Mitchell Building at The University of Adelaide. The ornate and decorative stonework - including the protrusions and patterning, the lancet openings, the mini-turrets and the…

An image of the entrance to St Paul’s Cathedral in Melbourne. Inside the doorway, a set of lightweight stained glass ‘processional doors’ have been installed. Designed by Janusz Kuzbicki, they were intended to keep out city and…

An image of the Mitchell Building at The University of Adelaide. The Mitchell Building was designed by South Australian architect Willliam McMinn, and is of a Victorian Academic Gothic architectural style. It was completed between 1879 and 1881, and…

A close-up of the triple lancet window above the entrance doorway at St Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne. The Cathedral’s mixture of early and late gothic styles is evident in this window; the flamboyant arches (each has a trefoil head rather than a…

An image of the Mitchell Building at The University of Adelaide. The Mitchell Building was designed by South Australian architect Willliam McMinn, and is of a Victorian Academic Gothic architectural style. It was completed between 1879 and 1881, and…