This is one of the most intersesting places in Perth I think. One of those places everybody knows, and never actually knows what it does, or its history. Unfortunatley I dont profess to know either. Its the headquarters of the Australian Natives Association. Connected to the Eureka Stockade??? But the building itself is amazing, and completely bizarre. It stands alone and very separate from any other buildings, in the middle of a carpark, yet its built like a terrace house with what would usually be a party wall, maybe there was something that got kocked down a long time ago. It is a residential styled building at a larger than residential scale, in a setting that is neither residential or commercial. It looks like the end result of what would happen if you took a pretty boring 70s brown brick home, stretched it, then skewed it so that the perimeter walls slid past each other and dislocated the front facade. I love the mix of brutal brown brick use, the dinky metal lacework balustrade, the project home front door with the grill in front and the large dormer window. Its just bizarre, I think VSBA would really like it, and could analyse it a lot better. Also the reason the side facing blockbuster is half different coloured bricks, is in one of those storms a few years back, it blew half the building apart! Very interesting building. If you knwo more, let me know!