Model of a concrete house built for J. Milligan, Esq., Mulgoa Grove, Brighton, Victoria. The house was designed by the architect Leslie M. Perrott Snr, and built in 1922. Perrott has been described as a 'dominant architect' in the inter-war period, when he was designing major hotels in Melbourne. He established his business in 1914, focussing on concrete construction.

The model was made by David Poulton in 1989. It was donated to Museum Victoria for the exhibition 'Home Sweet Home: Changes in Victorian Domestic Architecture 1839-1989'.

Physical Description

Model shows a low-slung bungalow made of concrete; sleep-out verandahs, entrance porch and glass doors. The base of the model includes photographed information about the way the house was built and marketed.

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