Last modified on 18 December 2014, at 08:02

Sydney Architecture

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

See AlsoEdit

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

Sydney Opera HouseEdit

Sydney Harbour BridgeEdit

Bronte House, BronteEdit

Buildings on the North ShoreEdit

Shingle StyleEdit

Ecclesiastical ArchitectureEdit

Inter-War Old English StyleEdit

Inter-War Spanish Mission StyleEdit

Inter-War Art DecoEdit

Victorian StylesEdit

GothicEdit

ItalianateEdit

Second EmpireEdit



Classical and MiscellaneousEdit

Fernleigh Castle, Rose BayEdit


Kirkbride Complex, Sydney College of the Arts, Rozelle (designed by James Barnet)Edit


Georgian and RegencyEdit

Curzon Hall, MarsfieldEdit


Ewenton, BalmainEdit


Community Centre (formerly Post Office), KogarahEdit


Edwardian/Federation StylesEdit

(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 ClassicalEdit

Federation Academic ClassicalEdit

Federation Free StyleEdit

Federation Queen AnneEdit

Federation GothicEdit

Federation Arts and CraftsEdit

Federation RomanesqueEdit

Federation Anglo-DutchEdit

Federation FiligreeEdit

Federation BungalowEdit

Federation Carpenter GothicEdit

Federation WarehouseEdit

20th centuryEdit