Sydney School

"Sydney School houses were often built on sloping bush-land. The sites had a great influence on the architects, with the native landscape being fundamental. The houses typically followed the slope of the site through split level planning with roofs parallel to the slope, creating complex and interesting interior spaces. Natural materials were exploited, with dark tiles, clinker or painted bricks and stained timbers creating a feeling of warmth in the houses." [http://modernheritage.com.au/]
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Split Level Mark 2 by Ken Woolley and Michael Dysart (1964)

Split Level Mark 2 designed by Ken Woolley and Michael Dysart for Pettit & Sevitt. Photo by Max Dupain 1964

Hawkins Residence (1968) - Philip Cox

Mid-century ‘Sydney School’ architect-designed house for sale in Cheltenham. Hawkins Residence by Philip Cox: 19 Norma Crescent, Cheltenham, Sydney NSW 2119

Modern House: Pettit Sevitt Lowline B by Ken Woolley

2 Staddon Close, St Ives, NSW View property details and sold price of 2 Staddon Close & other properties in St Ives, NSW

Hawkins Residence (1968) - Philip Cox

‘The Hawkins Residence’, 19 Norma Cres, Cheltenham NSW

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