Architecture of Western Australia

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Architecture of Western Australia has been influenced by the legacy of being an English colony in the late nineteenth century.

Colonial architecture remains scattered through the capital city Perth, [1][2] and regional centres. [3]

Despite the separation from the rest of Australia by distance, the influence of Architecture of Australia styles was marked upon building and designing in Western Australia.

Notable architects include those who were Principal architect:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Oldham, Ray; Oldham, John (1962), Western heritage : a study of the colonial architecture of Perth, Western Australia, Paterson Brokensha, retrieved 31 March 2019
  2. ^ Hare, Timothy G (1979), Vanishing ink : vanishing architecture of Western Australia, Creative Research, ISBN 978-0-908469-01-7
  3. ^ "TYPES OF BACK BLOCKS ARCHITECTURE. WESTERN AUSTRALIA". Western Mail. XXIII, (1, 160). Western Australia. 21 March 1908. p. 25. Retrieved 31 March 2019 – via National Library of Australia.CS1 maint: extra punctuation (link)