Australia's best mid-century homes by Harry Seidler, Peter Muller, Roy Grounds, Peter McIntyre, Russell Jack, Robin Boyd, David McGlashan and Neil Everist, Enrico Taglietti, Neville Gruzman, Bruce Rickard, Hugh Buhrich, Ian McKay, Iwan Iwanoff, John Kenny and Ian Collins.

Shame they aren't more pictures of this beautiful piece of Bush modernism - Rosenburg/Hills House, Neville Gruzman

Brian and Donna Seidler House (formerly Marcus Seidler House), Harry Seidler, c1951.

Brian and Donna Seidler House in Wahroonga/ Designed by HarrySeilder/ Courtesy Eric Sierins © Penelope Seidler

Harry Seidler & Associates: Harry & Penelope Seidler House

Despite its uncompromising aesthetic principles, the Harry & Penelope Seidler House was very much a family home.

Modern House | Thurlow House by Harry Seidler Architect (detalhe corrimão)

The Thurlow House by Harry Seidler is a beautiful mid century architectural work. Modern House has this project featured on their site,well worth a visit

Another piece of Australian mid century modern, the architect Harry Seidler designed this beauty, but you don't need to go to Australia to see it. Just click on the image

Another piece of Australian mid century modern, the architect Harry Seidler designed this beauty, but you don't need to go to Australia to see it

Harry Seidler, the Austrian-born Australian architect credited with bringing Bauhaus Modernism to Australia, left an impressive imprimatur on Australia’s urban environment with ambitious public buildings such as Sydney’s Grosvenor Place and the much-belov

Harry Seidler, the Austrian-born Australian architect credited with bringing Bauhaus Modernism to Australia, left an impressive imprimatur on Australia’s urban environment with ambitious public buildings such as Sydney’s Grosvenor Place and the much-belov

Gissing House (1972), Sydney Harry Seidler

Architect-designed house for sale in Wahroonga. Gissing House by Harry Seidler: Water Street, Wahroonga, Sydney, NSW 2076 Australia

Far removed from the skyscrapers and residential towers for which architect Harry Seidler became known, the house he designed with his wife is governed by Bauhaus aesthetics that are just as forward-thinking today as they were in the 1960s. Monocle Films visits Penelope Seidler in her dream home.

Far removed from the skyscrapers and residential towers for which architect Harry Seidler became known, the house he designed with his wife is governed by…

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