1930 – BMA House, 137 Macquarie St., Sydney, Australia

Architect: Fowell & McConnel

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The BMA Building at 12 stories was one of the tallest built in Sydney during the 1920s. Constructed as medical chambers for the New South Wales branch of the British Medical Association, with a lecture hall on the ground floor. The facade of the building is decorated with gargoyles and tiles in rich and unique designs with British, Australian (including Koalas) and traditional medical symbols. The 11th floor balconies are surmounted by giant medieval knights holding shields to ward off evil.

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