List of Art Deco buildings in Sydney

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This is a list of buildings in Sydney completed in the Inter-War Art Deco, Streamline Moderne and Functionalist styles that are historically significant.

Apartment and residential buildings[edit]

The art-deco Edgewater flats, 1937.
Staircase, Belgenny, Taylor Square
Entrance, Wychbury, Potts Point

Cinemas and theatres[edit]

Atrium, State Theatre, Sydney

Cultural buildings[edit]

Hotels and pubs[edit]

Institutional buildings and facilities[edit]

Office buildings[edit]

Public buildings and facilities[edit]

Religious buildings[edit]

Spire, Holy Cross, Woollahra

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