It is 100 years since our founder, architect Rupert V. Minnett, commenced his architectural practice in 1913. Whilst much has evolved with the architectural practice and many buildings have been designed and built over the past century, it seems fitting to celebrate where it all started.
(As a first grade cricketer, celebrating Rupert V. Minnett’s century also seems appropriate)
Below is an extract from the archives of North Sydney Council.
This cartoon of Rupert Minnett appeared in the 1915 publication Sydneyites as we know ’em. The family house ‘Nengah’ (now demolished) is in the background. National Library of Australia