Posted on January 5, 2020 by WillemSaturday/ Perth Cultural Centre Here are a few pictures from my walkabout in Perth’s Cultural Centre on Friday. An eye-catching mural on the corner of Aberdeen Street and Museum Street. I love the colorful triangles on the sidewalk. This is right by the New Museum for Western Australia, scheduled to open in November of this year. And here is the New Museum of Western Australia (WA). Its lines remind me just a little bit of Seattle’s Public Library. It was designed by a collaboration of Australian architecture firm Hassell and Dutch architectural firm OMA. Here are pictures, of the inside. This gorgeous building at 27 Museum Street is the only surviving residential building in the area. It was built in 1897, and is a pair of two-story semi-detached houses in the Federation Queen Anne style. The building now serves as offices for a Perth college.