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When completed in 1950, Rose Seidler House was ‘the most talked about house in Sydney’. Today, still surrounded by bushland with panoramic views of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, the house is one of the finest examples of mid 20th-century modern...more
Plan ahead the time you need to get there and keep in mind it is only open on Sunday, but this is a must if you have an interest in modern architecture and how Seidler introduced it to Australia. The only little thing to improve...More
Hard to be objective; architecture and any form of cultural interest is so objective and it's also hard to assess such design that was done decades ago to what we live with today. Personally didn't like the design or spacial context but understand it was...More
Amazing house in an amazing setting. Absolutely awesome for any modernism or architecture nerds.
But the historic houses trust, or SLM as they are called now (sounds like a STD...) just ruin with all their nonsense.
What aovely location and a cool designed house. A blend of industrial architecture with 50s and 60s styling inside. Bright colours juxtaposed against a more restrained palette. It is trip down memory lane if you are of a certain age. The setting is beautiful and...More
If you like clashing colours and really uncomfortable furniture, this is the place for you. It is a really historic house from the 1950's and gives you a good idea of the architecture of that time. The gardens were lovely but the house was very...More
This lovely home is located in a bushland site at 71 Clissold Road, Wahroonga. The architect, Harry Seidler, designed it for his parents, even before he had ever set foot in Australia. So some of the space in the house probably catches too much of...More
This historic house is a stunning representation of a 1950s house.
I have visited several times, especially during the wonderful yearly Fifties Fair.
The architecture and interior design of Rose Seidler House are a joy to behold and every tiny feature has been faithfully preserved.