Windsor Theatre and adjacent building
Windsor Theatre and adjacent building (1937) 98 Stirling Highway, Nedlands Architect – William T. Leighton. An outstanding example of a unique picture garden which were unique to Western Australian because of the mediterranean climate. It is in the Streamlined Moderne (ocean liner) style and was the first in the world to be designed as a purpose-built combined auditorium/picture garden venue, with ‘roll-across’ equipment which allowed both venues to operate simultaneously.The ceiling of the foyer featured a streamlined nautical design and in the auditorium, a Mayan flower pattern was featured. Leighton also used glass bricks, a new, versatile product available in the thirties.