In 1950, this Harry Seidler-designed home was the most revolutionary house in the country. Australia’s architectural lineage is rooted in Britain’s Federation style, but this perfectly preserved example of the Bauhaus movement looks like it’s landed from outer space—it makes no attempt to link with its bushland surrounds. Book online for Sunday tours. The upper North Shore is a moneyed, suburban area of generously sized blocks. The area offers insight into another side of Sydney—the sense of nature offers a really different urban experience. Explore the area and try the Butcher’s Block café, a popular local spot for coffee or lunch.
Completed in 1950, designed by the young Harry Seidler, this house was radical in its time, and continues to enchant visitors. House contains a fantastic collection of post WWII furniture & fittings.
An outstanding example of modern architecture, Rose Seidler House was built by the celebrated architect Harry Seidler 1948 -1950 for his parents Rose and Max Seidler. Open 10am - 5pm Sundays