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Perth Federation Style

Federation Style

Federation Style

Federation Style

Federation Style

Federation Style

Federation Style

Federation Style

Federation Style

Federation Style

Federation Style

Federation Style

Federation Style

Federation Style

Federation Style

Federation Style

Federation Style

Federation Style

Federation Style

Federation Style


RenoKings Federation Restoration Development

For the ultimate Federation home restoration, RenoKings has it all covered. We offer access to award winning architects and interior designers, who have experience in the heritage genre that will create a home that honours your modern lifestyle and at the same time our rich Australian heritage.

Bearing all the hallmarks of its refined traditional heritage Timeless architecture and perfect symmetry a home with significant street appeal.

 

Federation Architecturally styled Internal Renovation Includes:

Grand Character External Facelift Includes:







History

Federation architecture refers to the architectural style in Australia that was prevalent from around 1890 to 1915; the period refers to the Federation of Australia on 1 January 1901, when Australian colonies collectively became the Commonwealth of Australia.

The efforts to bring about federation in the mid-19th century were dogged by the lack of popular support for the movement. A number of conventions were held during the 1890s to develop a constitution for the Commonwealth. Sir Henry Parkes, Premier of New South Wales, was instrumental in this process. Fiji and New Zealand were originally part of this process, but they decided not to join the federation. This period has lent its name to an architectural style prevalent in Australia at that time, known as Federation architecture, or Federation style.