Edwardian Tudor in Collins Street.

First posted 9 November 2019

#ProfessionalChambers in #CollinsStreet has a rather nice entry (but they could have thought of a more inventive name!). For a while I thought maybe it wasn’t worthy of the }VictorianHeritageRegister, I mean it’s a very nice example of #TudorRevival, but there are plenty of them, though maybe not so many Edwardian ones as city buildings. It was built 1908, and designed by #UssherAndKemp, who were busy doing a bunch of Edwardian houses, having been one of the introducers of the style c1899, so theres a fair bit of Edwardian here amongst the Tudor details, like the arch, the #redbrick, and of course the lovely #leadlight.

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