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The photograph shows a building at the former Hutchins School in Hobart, Tasmania. Although this building is sympathetic to the main 1849 building on the site designed by William Archer, this building was a later addition and does not feature in an…

The Masonic Club of Tasmania is one of a number of heritage buildings along Hobart’s Macquarie Street. It was originally built as Hutchins School between 1847 and 1849, and was designed by the Tasmanian-born architect William Archer. The bluestone…

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…

These two photographs are of the corner tower of the neo-Gothic Grace Building on York Street in central Sydney. The building was built for the Grace Brothers department store in 1930 and was designed by Morrow and Gordon. The corner tower in…

A view of a traceried gothic window at Scot’s Church on Collins Street in central Melbourne. Above the window, an arcade of lancet arches lines the gable. A number of other slender lancet windows and examples of decorative blind tracery are…

A view of Brunswick Uniting Church, located on Sydney Road in Brunswick, Melbourne. The Brunswick Uniting Church is unusual because two churches stand on the site. They are of distinctly different appearance but boast similar neo-gothic features,…

A close-up of the contrasting light and dark brickwork used in the construction of the spire for one of the buildings comprising the Brunswick Uniting Church, which is located on Sydney Road in Brunswick, Melbourne. The Brunswick Uniting Church is…

A close-up view of the decorated gothic window and bold corner quoins on the west facade of the Brunswick Uniting Church, located on Sydney Road in Brunswick, Melbourne. The Brunswick Uniting Church is unusual because two churches stand on the same…