The thing that first impressed me about the former Wimmera Stock Bazaar in Horsham is the bulk of this single storey building.
The tapering towers are reminiscent of the pylons of the ceremonial gateway on a ancient Egyptian temple but with 20th Century design elements such as the recessed rectangular panels bisected by a substanial vertical bar.
The former bazaar dates from 1936 and was designed by L H Vernon. It was listed by Heritage Victoria in 2002.
I'm not sure if the windows in the base of the pylons are original features but I don't think they detract from the building at all and if they allow it to be re-used as office space then so much the better.