Sunday, March 23, 2014

Lucks Corner - Art Deco Launceston

Lucks Corner in Launceston is a great example of Art Deco streamline architecture, wrapping around the street corner beautifully.  There are many great features the closer you look including the tiles that make the facade, the original timber frame windows, and of course the typeface.  It's my fave part of the building, the typeface.

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