Elements of the Romanesque architectural vocabulary began to be incorporated into new churches all around Australia. Mostly, the exteriors of these buildings were quite handsome and built in brick, often with stone dressings to the doors and windows. Typically, the interiors bore little resemblance to the Romanesque churches of Europe and were less successful.
This post includes some photographs of just a few of these churches, but further posts of this genre will appear on this Blog in the future.
|Church of the Holy Family Maroubra (Archdiocese of Sydney) 1930's.|
Beautiful proportions with an elegant, uninterrupted facade.
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