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Architectural Model - Police Station Living Quarters, Dromana Object Reg. No: SH 891640

Model of Police Station Living Quarters, Dromana, early 20th century. Designed by the Public Works Department of Victoria.
The model was made by Stephen Froelich (Department of Architecture, RMIT) in 1989. It was donated to Museum Victoria for its exhibition 'Home Sweet Home : Changes in Victorian Domestic Architecture 1839 - 1989'.
Corrugated iron roof, ornate timber, gable ends, wooden decoration, decoration brick chimneys, single storey weatherboard house; mansard windows. Enclosed verandah at back of the house; painted in red and green.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Mr Barry Pearce - Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) Department of Architecture, 1989
Discipline: History
Dimensions: 10 mm (Height), 400 mm (Width), 630 mm (Length)
Dimension Comment: Dimensions of model base only.

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Tagged with: architectural models, architecture, housing, scale models, innovation design
Themes this item is part of: Police Station Living Quarters, Dromana, Domestic & Community Life Collection, Public Life & Institutions Collection
Primary Classification: BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION
Secondary Classification: Architectural Design
Tertiary Classification: model homes
Model Scale: 1:50
Modelmaker: Mr Stephen Froelich - Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) School of Architecture and Design, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1989
Date Made: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1989
Date Used: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1989

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