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Buildings and Architecture Puzzles Gallery

Available as Framed Photos, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

The gallery contains a selection of buildings that grace Australian skylines which we think make fun puzzles

Choose from 43 pictures in our Buildings and Architecture Puzzles collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Glenelg Town Hall Featured Buildings and Architecture Puzzles Print

Glenelg Town Hall

Originally known as the Glenelg Institute Building, Glenelg Town Hall was designed by Edmund Wright, architect and former Mayor of Adelaide. The foundation stone was laid on 11 December 1875 by Sir Henry Ayers and the Institute formally opened in 1877. The building had a grand main entrance on the western frontage and a tower to take in the panoramic view of the ocean and surrounds. A cupola was later added to house the clock donated by Mayor Thomas King in 1884. In 1887 the building became the Glenelg Town Hall

Aerial view of The Beehive and NZ Parliament House Featured Buildings and Architecture Puzzles Print

Aerial view of The Beehive and NZ Parliament House

The Parliament Buildings in Lambton Quay area feature some of the city's most stunning and instantly recognisable architecture. Consisting of three magnificent structures, by far the most distinctive part of the Wellington Parliament Buildings is the breathtaking Beehive building, a modern executive office space, designed by British architect Sir Basil Spence

© Lewis Mulatero

Goulburn Courthouse, Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia Featured Buildings and Architecture Puzzles Print

Goulburn Courthouse, Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia

Since Goulburn was the largest town in the district, this court house of Italianate style built in 1881 was both local and district courts as well as supreme court. Designed by respected Governmnet Architect James Barnet, the court house opened in 1887 by the Chief Justice, Sir Frederick Darley and today stands grandly over the Montague Streetscape. The large copper roof dome was designed by the London trained architect, Rumsey, and the carving on the large sandstone gateposts at the entrance to the grounds was the work of David Baldwin of Sydney. It is one of the most spectacular court houses in New South Wales

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