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The administration building of Perth Mint was designed by George Temple Poole in the Federation Romanesque style, most evident in the use of semi-circular arches for the windows and entrances. The foundation stone was laid by Sir John Forest, the…

A photograph of the former Fire Station, now a museum, in Murray Street, Perth. The limestone and tile station was designed by Cavanagh and Cavanagh and built in the early twentieth century. The building is an example of the Federation Romanesque…

A photograph of the former Fire Station, now a museum, in Murray Street, Perth. The limestone and tile station was designed by Cavanagh and Cavanagh and built in the early twentieth century. The building is an example of the Federation Romanesque…

The first purpose-built synagogue in Western Australia, Fremantle Synagogue was built by J. McCracken in the Romanesque style (architectual firm Oldham and Eales) in 1902 but services only continued in the building until 1910. Constructed in brick,…