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A view of The University of Western Australia’s Claremont Campus. The Claremont Campus building was constructed in 1901 and originally housed the Claremont Teacher’s College. It was then home to the Western Australian College of Advanced…

This article provides a description of Winthrop Hall and the Hackett Buildings at the University of Western Australia by the architect, Rodney Alsop, shortly after they were opened in 1932. Alsop describes the guidelines he was set, namely that there…

A view of the large rose window on the eastern wall of Winthrop Hall at The University of Western Australia. Inside the hall, the rose window is a focal point above the dais. Rose windows were popular decorative features of Romanesque and especially…

Sketch of the Wesleyan Church, designed by the architect Thomas Rowe, at Woolloomoolo in New South Wales. The church is typical of the gothic revival style with its spire and arched, gothic windows.

A photograph of St Andrew’s Cathedral in Sydney that most likely dates from between 1920 and 1925. St Andrew’s Cathedral is located on George Street in Sydney and is part of the Town Hall group of buildings. It is the oldest cathedral in…

A photograph of St Andrew’s Cathedral in Sydney dating from c.1895. St Andrew’s functions as the seat of the Anglican Archbishop of Sydney and is the oldest cathedral in Australia. Construction of the cathedral was completed in 1868, and it was…

An image of the Perth Town Hall.

Construction of the Perth Town Hall began in 1867, and the building was officially opened in 1870. Upon the order of Governor Hampton the Town Hall was built as part of a Public Works programme that utilised…

Images of neo-gothic features at the Anglican Chapel of St. Mary and St. George, including lancet arches, hood moulding and traceried windows.

About the Chapel of St. Mary and St. George:

The Chapel of St. Mary and St. George was constructed…