The glazed brown bricks on the window sills, the top & base of the walls, and a repeated double band through the centre of the windows are typical of the Waterfall Style in Australian domestic architecture.
offshoot Art Deco movement-Waterfall Style. early 1940s development of 1930s Streamline Moderne- curves. difference texture -external walls. Streamline Moderne house (white or cream) rendered finish, Waterfall house built cream bricks, darker brown glazed bricks emphasise horizontal lines.expensive have multiple curved glass windows framed in steel,painted black or dark brown to match brick. Roofing hip and valley, sometimes behind a parapet. cocktail party terrace
Art Deco House, Wheatland, WyomingPhoto by t4rnrwmn Deco houses are far less common than most any other Deco form. Lots of apartment buildings, office towers, theaters, factories, not many houses. But something theyre found in places you dont expect like Wyoming! From the photographer: Wheatland, Wyo population 3200, an original art deco home, has been here for at least 55yrs.
Experiment Farm cottage, Harris Park stands on the site of the first land grant in Australia, made in 1789 by Governor Phillip to the former convict James Ruse. By 1791 Ruse had successfully farmed the 30 acre site as an experiment in self-sufficiency, proving that a new settler could feed and shelter his family with relatively little assistance to get started.