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Proposed villa South Terrace for Mrs GB Hicks
Title : Proposed villa South Terrace for Mrs GB Hicks Proposed villa South Terrace for Mrs GB Hicks
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Source : Jackman Gooden Architects, BRG 238/1/264
Date of creation : 1897
Format : Architectural drawing
Dimensions : 480x745
Contributor : State Library catalogue
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Description :

Most housing in Adelaide in the 19th and 20th centuries typically consisted of low-density, single-storey, detached dwellings. This house was designed by the architectural firm of English and Soward, and built by George Hudd. It stood at the corner of South Terrace and Vincent Street.

Up until the 1950s the bulk of houses followed the conventional designs of the day. Many of the designs were fashionable for periods of at least 10 years before being superseded and even then the new designs may have only been stylistic variants of previous designs but sufficiently different and lasting to be identifiable.
Related names :

English and Soward (architects)

Coverage year : 1897
Place : South Terrace (Adelaide: S. Aust.)
Region : Adelaide city
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