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Pencil drawing, rough sketch of building. Flats (T Elliott), Potts Point. No date

Made in Potts Point, New South Wales, Australia

Cyril Christian Ruwald (1895-1959) was one of several architects who designed hotels for Tooth & Co during the 1930s and 1940s. Born in Redfern, Sydney, Ruwald attended Sydney Technical College and was indentured to the architects Waterhouse and Lake. In 1917 Ruwald enlisted in the Field Artillery Brigade and sailed for France, where he served during 1918.

During the 1920s Ruwald worked with Reg Prevost, a noted patron of young architects including Sydney Ancher, before spending time in Europe ...

Summary

Object No.

90/317-417

Object Statement

Pencil drawing, rough sketch of building. Flats (T Elliott), Potts Point. No date

Physical Description

Pencil drawing, rough sketch of building. Flats (T Elliott), Potts Point. No date

Dimensions

Height

368 mm

Width

475 mm

Cite this Object

Harvard

Pencil drawing, rough sketch of building. Flats (T Elliott), Potts Point. No date 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 18 August 2019, <https://ma.as/104379>

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