A spirit of progress : art deco architecture in Australia
Call Number
DDC: 720.994
North Ryde & Sydmey [au] : Gordon & Breach Publishing Group, 1997.
228 hlm.: ilus. berwarna; 30 cm.
A spirit of progress : art deco architecture in Australia
Patrick van Daele, Roy Lumby
Arsitektur -- Australia -- Abad 20
Bibliografi: hlm. 220-221 dan indeks

Focusing on Australia's Art Deco architecture of the 1920s and 1930s, this volume provides an insight into this period in Australia's social, economic and artistic development.
No architectural forms escaped the pervasive touch of Art Deco, and with the introduction of new building types which accompanied the changing lifestyles and technologies of the era, the style was the inevtiable choice. Its decorative verve and insouciant, sophisticated charm still pervade the country's urban environments, from the major cities and their suburban hinterlands through to country towns.
In his travels across Australia, photographer Patrick Van Daele has captured the wealth of Australia's Art Deco architecture. Roy Lumby's text describes the history and development of the style in Australia and the times in which it appeared.

Daftar Isi
1. Art Deco Architecture in Australia
2. Office Buildings
3. Commercial Buildings
4. Public Buildings
5. Domestic Architecture
6. Industrial
7. Recreation
8. Cinemas


No. No. Induk Dokumen Lokasi Status
1 20090015 Tersedia