Perth architecture

Above: City Beach

Iwan Iwanoff was born in Bulgaria and studied architecture in Europe before he settled in Perth to work as an architect. Producing work around the 60s and 70s, Perth's inner suburbs are speckled with his distinctive, modern take on residential architecture. His style has been described by 6000Times as 'Frank Lloyd Wright meets Mike Brady' – intrigued?

Get in the car one afternoon and do your own makeshift archi tour to see some of his work. There is a handy Google map here, which we found to be a helpful guide. We only went as far as the City Beach area examples, but there are many many more in Perth.

 Above: City Beach

Above: City  Beach

 Above: Floreat

Above: City Beach


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