I know some people who dead keen on this mag and pay heaps to get it air-freighted – now you can view the current issue after registering for free. What they say: “Modernism is a quarterly magazine about 20th-century modernist design. We range from the Wiener Werkstätte to the Bauhaus to Memphis and beyond, covering Art Deco, midcentury, pop and postmodern design.”
A large visual database of Melbourne’s finest CBD buildings, many demolished. The site also has a lively forum about Melbourne’s architecture.
This much-improved site focusses on 20th Century deco and modern buildings around Sydney. Lots of photos and links and a series of walks.
The United Nations site for World Heritage. A trove of information, the site includes the Exhibition Building in Melbourne, and the earthquake damaged Iranian city of Bam.
The site includes magazine article and the Heritage Register.
An index with galleries of New Zealand’s World War I and II memorials, from cenotaph to town hall to museum.
Dr Miles Lewis’ text database of old melbourne mansions. A useful resource, but not easy to use. You can make it cough up screeds of historic addresses if you play around with it. TIP: Use the View As Table option on the left to looks at results of a search.
Site with an interest in buildings of the period, and a well-stocked links page. Unfortunately it is let down by the bombardment of pop-up ads that the webhost has decided to annoy people with.
A big group with a site that includes information on about 30 buildings.