Collingwood United Masonic Temple by Collingwood Historical Society
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Collingwood United Masonic Temple, a photo by Collingwood Historical Society on Flickr.

This photo is part of the Flickr Friday Photos 2012 group under the theme ‘Craft”.

Architectural evidence of the Arts and Crafts movement is not very prevalent in a predominantly 19th century place such as Collingwood. But there are some examples. Collingwood United Masonic Temple was built in 1928/9 at 141 Gipps Street, Abbotsford, by Freemason architect, Bro. Harry Little and builders Morison Bros Pty Ltd. the heritage citation for it states: “The hipped terracotta tiled roof has projecting eaves, imparting an Arts and Crafts feel”.

For more information about the building check out the full entry in the City of Yarra Heritage database.

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