Rose Seidler House Staircase Entry
Architect: Harry Seidler (1950) Location: Wahroonga, New South Wales, Australia Stone was used here because brick was simply unavailable in the late 40s in Australia. The stone came from digging out the foundation of the property. The mural on the patio behind it was hand-painted by Seidler, himself, who studied under the Bauhaus painter Josef Albers at Black Mountain College.
Mid-Century Modern Freak
1950 Rose Seidler House | Wahroonga, New South Wales, Australia | Architect: Harry Seidler Bored with the monotony of suburbia? So was modernist architect Harry Seidler when he arrived from America in...
MLC Centre 1972-1975 | Architect: Harry Seidler | Sydney, NSW, Australia Source: flickr.com/photos/syntheticadventures | flickr.com/photos/88017382@N00
Hill House by Rachcoff Vella Architecture
Rachcoff Vella Architecture created this modern residence in 2012 for a client located in Mount Martha, Australia. The home was designed to be comfortable, serene, and flexible enough to accommodate a single person or a crowd. View in gallery View in gallery View in gallery View in gallery View in gallery View in gallery View in gallery View in gallery View in gallery View in gallery View in gallery View..
A New Sculpturalism: Contemporary Architecture from Southern California
On the surface, it feels like an age since California could lay claim to being at the cutting edge of architectural design. The Case Study series might have kick-started an aesthetic, but even though the style of long, low and lithe design persists, it’s long since evolved into the default...