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List of Art Deco buildings in Sydney

This is a list of buildings in Sydney completed in the Inter-War Art Deco, Streamline Moderne and Functionalist styles that are historically significant.

Contents

Apartment and residential buildingsEdit

 
The art-deco Edgewater flats, 1937.
 
Staircase, Belgenny, Taylor Square
 
Entrance, Wychbury, Potts Point

Cinemas and theatresEdit

 
Atrium, State Theatre, Sydney

Cultural buildingsEdit

Hotels and pubsEdit

Institutional buildings and facilitiesEdit

Office buildingsEdit

Public buildings and facilitiesEdit

Religious buildingsEdit

 
Spire, Holy Cross, Woollahra

ReferencesEdit

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