Heritage Festival: Curator Led Tour of Rose Seidler House / May 7

Be part of a curated tour of one of Australia’s most iconic buildings – Rose Seidler House, right in the middle of Ku-ring-gai!

Enjoy a tour of the iconic Rose Seidler House, plus a unique sneak peek (with Brian Seidler AM) at conservation works happening at the Julian Rose House. The tour offers a rare opportunity for a limited number of visitors to gain rich cultural insights into one of the finest examples of mid-20th-century modern domestic architecture in Australia.

Rose Seidler House (1948–50) was the architect Harry Seidler’s first commission after his arrival in Australia in 1948 and its design overturned almost every convention of suburban house design. The house was built for his parents, Max and Rose, at the centre of a large bushland block on the upper slopes of the Ku-ring-gai valley. It was the first of three houses Harry designed for the site, which included the Marcus Seidler House (1951–53; now called the Do

71 Clissold Road, Wahroonga, New South Wales
Saturday 7 May 2022
Entry fees:Adults $ 80
Booking:Prebooking required
Attendance limit:Less than 50

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