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Giuseppe and Anna Scolaro

The Scolaros emigrated from Capo d’Orlando, Sicilia, in 1949 and set up the Universal Terrazzo Tile Factory in Blinco Street in 1952. The factory produced tiles 1950s-1970s, though Mr Scolaro died when he was only 54 and his wife Anna carried on the business for the next decade.

References and Links

Bradshaw, Claire 2020, 'A stylish secret', Fremantle Herald, 13 March.

Gattermayr, Sasha 2021, 'The mother and daughter duo uncovering Perth’s hidden terrazzo treasures', The Design Files, 15 July.

Loopers, Roel 2020, 'Historic Fremantle art for noise walls',

Snell, Ted 2021, 'Layer upon layer: uncovering the terrazzo treasures of the west and celebrating legacy floors, The Conversation, 22 July; photo of the family from that.

Main Roads flyer about the noise walls.

Underneath/Overlooked exhibition page.

Garry Gillard | New: 10 June, 2021 | Now: 17 August, 2021