List of Art Deco buildings in Perth

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The Raffles Hotel in Applecross

This page is a list of all historically significant Art Deco and Moderne buildings in the Perth metropolitan area.

Office buildings[edit]

  • Atlas Building, 8-10 The Esplanade, Perth
  • Devon House, 729 Hay Street, Perth
  • Gledden Building, 731-737 Hay Street, Perth
  • Harper's Buildings, 810-824 Hay Street, Perth
  • Walsh's Building, 88 William Street, Perth
  • P&O Building, 56-58 William Street, Perth

Apartments and residential buildings[edit]

  • Attunga Flats, 103 Thomas Street, Subiaco
  • Bellevue Mansions, 16 Bellevue Terrace, West Perth[1][2]
  • Blue Waters, Canning Highway, Como
  • Chisholm House, 32 Genesta Crescent, Dalkeith
  • Kylemore, 43 Jutland Parade, Dalkeith
  • Former Lawson Flats (Lawson Apartments), 2-4 Sherwood Court, Perth

Cinemas and theatres[edit]

Public buildings and facilities[edit]

  • Former Applecross District Hall (Tivoli Hall), Canning Beach Road (cnr Kintail road), Applecross
  • Claremont Council Offices, Stirling Highway, Claremont
  • Guildford Town Hall & Library, 98 James Street (cnr Meadow Street), Guildford
  • Lord Forrest Olympic Pool, Cnr Cassidy and McDonald Streets, Kalgoorlie
  • Masonic Temple, 110 Brisbane Street, Vincent
  • Former Mosman Park Memorial Hall (Camelot Cinemas), Lochee Street, Mosman Park
  • Mount Lawley Bowls Club, Mount Lawley
  • Nedlands Park Masonic Hall, 6-8 Broadway, Crawley

Institutional buildings and facilities[edit]

Hotels and pubs[edit]

  • Carlton Hotel, 248-260 Hay Street (cnr Goderich Street), East Perth
  • Former Hotel Cottesloe (Cottesloe Beach Hotel), 104 Marine Parade, Cnr John Street, Cottesloe
  • Criterion Hotel (former Regatta Hotel Complex), 560 Hay Street, Perth
  • Former Highway Hotel (former Coronado Hotel, currently Claremont Medical Centre), 206 Stirling Highway, Claremont
  • Raffles Hotel, Canning Highway, Applecross
  • Former Regatta Hotel (Criterion Hotel), 560 Hay Street, Perth[7]

Industrial buildings[edit]

Religious buildings[edit]

Photo gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bellevue Mansions, 16 Bellevue Terrace, Kings Park, West Perth. A history of the art deco block of flats designed by Samuel Rosenthal Waltzing moderne, Winter 2002, p.19
  2. ^ Taylor, Paul. Evolution of 16 Bellevue Terrace.Waltzing moderne, Autumn 2000, p.8-9+11
  3. ^ Van Niekerk, Mike.(1987) Cygnet Theatre, originally named The Como Theatre - cinema designed by William T. Leighton. West Australian, 24 June 1987, p.58b-d
  4. ^ Geneve, Vyonne.(1989) Description and some history of the many art deco cinemas in Perth, many by William T. Leighton. Fremantle arts review, June 1989, p. 21,
  5. ^ Piccadilly Theatre - article about cinema designed by William T. Leighton. The West Australian, 24 June 1987, p.58
  6. ^ Title St. John Centre. History of St. John Ambulance Association and its headquarters (opened 10 June 1940) Wellington Street Perth. Waltzing moderne, Vol. 10, no. 1 (Autumn 1997), p. 10, 11, 13,
  7. ^ Hotel Regatta - details of classic art deco building by architect J.J. Talbot Hobbs. Arts unlimited, Dec./Jan. 1994, p.36-37
  8. ^ Statement issued by the Art Deco Society about the brewery building. Newsletter (Art Deco Society of Western Australia), June 1991, p.3-4
  9. ^ Heritage Council Database, Place No: 16354, Michelides Tobacco Factory (fmr)