North-eastern facade of Brisbane City Hall, Brisbane

De Gruchy, Graham Francis. North-eastern facade of Brisbane City Hall, Brisbane.

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Title North-eastern facade of Brisbane City Hall, Brisbane
Alternative Title Brisbane City Hall, Brisbane
Abstract/Summary Photograph taken from stairs of Albert Street Uniting Church on Ann Street with King George Square in foreground.
Date of construction 1920 - 1927
Date photo taken 1972
Date scanned 2012-11-26
Architect Hall and Prentice
Photographer De Gruchy, Graham Francis
Location Brisbane City
Queensland
Australia
Open Access Status Other
Category Government buildings
Subcategory Council chambers
City & town halls
Period Inter war (1915-1940)
Style Classical Revival
Condition Under restoration
Structural Systems & Elements Concrete construction
Steel construction
Masonry construction
Building Materials Copper
Stone
Granite
Timber
Reinforced concrete
Steel
Glass
Stained glass
Architectural Features Clock towers
Columns
Domes
Colonnades
Pediments
Pilasters
Porticos
Halls
Marble staircases
Parapets
Balconies
Sculptures
Interior Features Vaulted ceilings
Surrounding Features Palm trees
Urban parks
Rights Research and private study only. Not to be reproduced without prior written permission. Rights holder: Graham Francis De Gruchy.
References Queensland Government. "Brisbane City Hall." Queensland Heritage Register. Last updated 22 October 2012. https://www.derm.qld.gov.au/chimsi/placeDetail.html?siteId=14840
Additional Notes Brisbane City Hall was closed in 2010 for restoration and is anticipated to re-open in 2013. Brisbane E2013
 
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