Browsing Architecture by Author "Unkown"

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  • Unkown (2011-07-25)
    Fordsburg Post Office, one of the first branch post offices in Johannesburg, and situated in the Ferreirastown district. Image 942.
  • Unkown (2011-07-25)
    Corner Marshall and Hollard Streets. Formerly the United Engineering Company. A fantasy in stone-a most grandiose building, with elaborate detailing culminating in the picturesque. Features are the central semi-circular ...
  • Unkown (2011-07-25)
    Green & Co., Boot & Shoe Importers, Eloff Street. This building was situated on the block now occupied by Castle Mansions. Image 706.
  • Unkown (2011-07-25)
    The elaborate interior of Harris & Co. the Jewllers and Silversmiths, who were situated in a building in commissioner Street. The bric-a-brac cluttering up this interior is similar to that found in the Victorian home. Image 706.
  • Unkown (2011-07-25)
    President street. This later became the Catholic Club. Image 942.
  • Unkown (2011-07-25)
    Market street. This was the first National Bank building demolished about 1906, when the new bank building was built in the same style as the adjoining Corner house block. Image 169.
  • Unkown (2011-07-25)
    This Renaissance pile was typical of the ostentatious residences built by the wealthy of early Johannesburg. This victorian fantasy presented a glistening white spectacle on a hilltop in Jeppestown.
  • Unkown (2011-07-25)
    Residence in Parktown, 1902. A good example of the late Victorian house, built on a large scale in south Africa, from 1890 to 1905. Foundations and plinths are of stone, while red brick was contrasted with white wooden ...
  • Unkown (2011-07-25)
    Main Street, A good example of the Neo-Classic facade, with triangular window pediments, and ornamental balconies and gable.
  • Unkown (2011-07-25)
    Store Bros. Corner of Pritchard and Joubert Streets, Johannesburg, Image 702
  • Unkown (2011-07-25)
    Corner Loveday and Fox Streets, this building combined a double-storeyed cast iron verandah with upper floors in brick treatment. Other features are the domed tower, and flanking psuedo-Renaissance cum Mediaeval gables. ...

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