Rechabite Hall: 10 Little Chapel Street, PRAHRAN
Building ProfileName : Rechabite Hall
LocationAddress: 10 Little Chapel Street
Rechabite Hall is a landmark
Construction DetailsBuilt: 1888 - 1889
Original use: Hall
Current use: Hall
number of floors : 2
Built in the Victorian period in the Second Empire style
The Former Rechabite Hall was constructed in 1888-1889 to the design of Colin Campbell by the builder Henry Slade. The Hall is a modest-sized building in the Second Empire style, with a large mansarded tower and typical elements such as heavily drafted render on the ground floor (resembling stone), an elaborate tripartite window on the upper floor, decorative elements such as consoles, pilasters and festoons and balustraded parapets broken by eclectic pediments. Bluestone was used for the base courses, and prominence is given to the entrance by a pair of highly polished Harcourt granite columns.
HistoryArchitect: Colin Campbell
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