Victorian College for the Deaf: 597 St Kilda Road, PRAHRAN
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Building ProfileName : Victorian College for the Deaf
LocationAddress: 597 St Kilda Road
Victorian College for the Deaf is a landmark
Construction DetailsBuilt: 1866
Original use: Education
Current use: Education
number of floors : 4
Built in the Victorian period in the Neo-Gothic style
Stunning bluestone and polychrome brickwork combination. An early example of neo-gothic with central tower and tourelle. Gables are notably picturesque. Prominent exposed butresses are notable, as are the cathedral-like floral tracery.
This Bluestone building, designed by Messrs Crouch and Wilson and built by Mr William Ireland, is both historically and architecturally significant, and is still in use to this day.Architect: Crouch & Wilson
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