Here are some examples of Art Deco architecture in Greater Victoria. We will be adding more in due time.

812 Wharf Street – built in 1931 for Imperial Oil

The Tourism Victoria Visitor Centre, 812 Wharf Street. This Art Deco building was originally built in 1931 by Imperial Oil as a service station.

The Tourism Victoria Visitor Centre, 812 Wharf Street. This Art Deco building was originally built in 1931 by Imperial Oil as a service station.

900 Park Boulevard – Tweedsmuir Mansions, built in 1936

900 Park Boulevard, Tweedsmuir Mansions, built in 1936, is one of Victoria's best examples of Art Deco architecture

900 Park Boulevard, Tweedsmuir Mansions, built in 1936, is one of Victoria’s best examples of Art Deco architecture.

780 Blanshard Street – built in 1939-1940

780 Blanshard Street, built in 1939-1940. It became the headquarters of the B.C. Power Commission.

780 Blanshard Street, built in 1939-1940. It became the headquarters of the B.C. Power Commission.

200 KIng George Terrace, built in 1941

200 King George Terrace, built in 1941.

200 King George Terrace, built in 1941.

230 King George Terrace, built in 1945

230 King George Terrace, built in 1945.

230 King George Terrace, built in 1945.

 

780 Yates Street, the Odeon Theatre – built in 1948

Odeon Theatre, 780 Yates Street, Victoria. Built in 1948.

Odeon Theatre, 780 Yates Street, Victoria. Built in 1948.

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