Art Deco Buildings Australia

Between the First and Second World Wars, three architectural styles emerged in Australia: Californian Bungalow, Spanish Mission and Art Deco.
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The (right section of the) Court House in Wangaratta, Victoria. Built in 1938, designed by Percy Everett, Victorian government architect.

The (right section of the) Court House in Wangaratta, Victoria. Built in 1938, designed by Percy Everett, Victorian government architect.

The Court House at Wangaratta, Victoria, Australia.  (Left section of building.)

The Court House at Wangaratta, Victoria, Australia. (Left section of building.)

The Court House at Wangaratta, Victoria, Australia. Built in 1938. (Centre section of building.)

The Court House at Wangaratta, Victoria, Australia. Built in 1938. (Centre section of building.)

Ceiling decor in Block Court, Collins Street. Melbourne, Victoria, Block Court, remodelled in 1930.

Ceiling decor in Block Court, Collins Street. Melbourne, Victoria, Block Court, remodelled in 1930.

Block Court, Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria, was built in 1890 - architect William Salway. Remodelled in 1930 - architect Harry Norris. Classified by the National Trust of Australia.

Block Court, Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria, was built in 1890 - architect William Salway. Remodelled in 1930 - architect Harry Norris. Classified by the National Trust of Australia.

Two Art Deco buildings in Bourke Street, Melbourne, opposite the Myer building. The one on the right is Deva House built in 1924, designed by Harry Norris.  This nine-storey reinforced concrete building was originally a Coles store.

Two Art Deco buildings in Bourke Street, Melbourne, opposite the Myer building. The one on the right is Deva House built in 1924, designed by Harry Norris. This nine-storey reinforced concrete building was originally a Coles store.

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