Like other states in the country, Western Australia’s landscape is quite diverse, especially when it comes to the architecture of homes and other buildings. You can see neighbourhoods with plenty of preserved or refurbished Federation style homes in one region, and in another, you can spot a few quaint Californian Bungalows as well as several Functional homes. In Perth, you can still see a few restored homes built around the 1930s that sport the Art Deco style in addition to properties inspired by distinctly French architecture.
Art Deco as an aesthetic movement retains its appeal to this day and even drives contemporary trends because of the interesting elements associated with it. You can recognise an Art Deco home by virtue of its façade and indoor features designed with clean, straight lines and intricate geometric patterns. The materials used are often a mixture of exotic wood and streamlined chrome or steel.