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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…

A detail of the decorative stone tracery surrounding the lancet archways leading into the entrance porch at the Mitchell Building, The University of Adelaide. This is an example of blind tracery (because it is applied to the stone wall and no glass…

A view of Scots Presbyterian Church in Fremantle, Western Australia. The church was designed by Perth architect Sir J. J. Talbot Hobbs (1864-1938) and built by Petrie & Sons in 1890. It is a gothic style church constructed from limestone with…

A view of the western façade of St John the Evangelist Anglican Church in Fremantle, Western Australia. Located in King’s Square, this church was designed by W. Smith and built by J. J. Harwood and Son to replace an older church that had served…

A view of the Redemptorist Church in North Perth, Western Australia. An entrance porch with decorative crenellations and a large traceried window containing five stained glass and lead light panels dominate the church’s appearance. The door is…

A view of Scots Presbyterian Church in Fremantle, Western Australia. The church was designed by Perth architect Sir J. J. Talbot Hobbs (1864-1938) and built by Petrie & Sons in 1890. It is a gothic style church constructed from limestone with…

The Western facade of St Mary's Cathedral was finally completed during the third and most recent stage of development and expansion in 2009. The 2009 completion of the cathedral is particularly evident in the two towers flanking the church entrance,…