Sydney Architecture

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NOTE: MOST OF THESE SHOTS ARE OLD SLIDES THAT HAVE BEEN SCANNED ON. THE QUALITY IS NOT AS GOOD AS DIGITALS.

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Note: most of the following images are scanned slides, meaning the quality is not as good as that of digital images.

Sydney Opera House[edit]

Sydney Harbour Bridge[edit]

Bronte House, Bronte[edit]

Buildings on the North Shore[edit]

Shingle Style[edit]

Ecclesiastical Architecture[edit]

Inter-War Old English Style[edit]

Inter-War Spanish Mission Style[edit]

Inter-War Art Deco[edit]

Victorian Styles[edit]

Gothic[edit]

Italianate[edit]

Second Empire[edit]



Classical and Miscellaneous[edit]

Fernleigh Castle, Rose Bay[edit]


Kirkbride Complex, Sydney College of the Arts, Rozelle (designed by James Barnet)[edit]


Georgian and Regency[edit]

Curzon Hall, Marsfield[edit]


Ewenton, Balmain[edit]


Community Centre (formerly Post Office), Kogarah[edit]


Edwardian/Federation Styles[edit]

(In Australia, the Edwardian style is generally known as Federation. The Federation period went from 1890 to 1915. There are twelve Federation styles.)

Federation Free Classical[edit]

Federation Academic Classical[edit]

Federation Free Style[edit]

Federation Queen Anne[edit]

Federation Gothic[edit]

Federation Arts and Crafts[edit]

Federation Romanesque[edit]

Federation Anglo-Dutch[edit]

Federation Filigree[edit]

Federation Bungalow[edit]

Federation Carpenter Gothic[edit]

Federation Warehouse[edit]

20th century[edit]