Queen's Chambers

Queen's Chambers

This building, described in 1869, the year of its erection, as a suite of offices: was put up for G. W. Cotton, a lessee of the Corporation of the City of Adelaide to which the land belongs. The architects were Garlick & McMinn and the builders Crocker & Lawson. The charming street front, with its cantilevered balcony, has remained unaltered except that the western window onto the footpath has been altered to form that of a shop. They remain in use as offices.

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The building is significant for it's virtually unchanged architecture.


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Images of Queen's Chambers

  • Queen's Chambers, 2014
 
Architects
Daniel Garlick, William McMinn
Builders
Crocker and Lawson
Building materials
Brick, Render, Plaster
Architectural styles
2 Victorian Period (c. 1840–c. 1890), 2.6 Filigree
Construction
1869 -
Architecture and design features
balcony, veranda
Engineering features
 
Precinct
Victoria Square- Tarndanyangga
Council Ward
Central
Alternative Addresses
Geo-coordinates
Town Acre
203
Planning Zone or Policy Area
Original owners
G W Cotton
Original occupant
Later occupant/s
Purposes and use
Commercial, Legal chambers
AS2482 classification
14560 - Law Courts
Public Access
Business/trading hours
 
NTSA ID
1119, 1121
State Heritage ID
10863
ACC Reference No.
DPTI Heritage No.
1623
RNE ID
1623
Certificate of Title No.
CT 5858/13 T105101 T203
NTSA file exists
Yes
Heritage Status
State Heritage listed
State heritage listing
State Heritage listed
Date of State heritage listing
Local heritage listing
Date of Local heritage listing
NTSA listing
NTSA classified
Date of NTSA listing
Section 23 (4) crtiteria
Risk status
 
Historic Themes
5.1 Local Government
5.1.2 Civic Consciousness
 
Australian Curriculum references
Year 5: The Australian Colonies
ACHHK094
 

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