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1914 – Department of Education, Sydney, Australia

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Architect: George McRae

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Large building covering an entire city block designed by Scottish-born NSW State Architect George McRae, but built in two stages. It’s a six-storey sandstone building with steel and reinforced concrete structure and a central light-well. Listed on the Register of the National Estate.

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