Podcast / Two Point Perspective with Rebecca Hawcroft and Kieran McInerney – Sydney Living Museums

Two Point Perspective is a podcast about buildings told from different points of view. It is hosted by Rebecca Hawcroft and Kieran McInerney and produced by Sydney Living Museums.

This is the link to the Apple podcast page:

https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/two-point-perspective-rebecca-hawcroft-kieran-mcinerney/id1541576222

The Cross Street Parking Station

The latest episode looks at the 1977 Cross Street parking station, a significant brutalist building from well-known architectural firm McConnel Smith and Johnson that is now under threat.

https://sydneylivingmuseums.com.au/stories/cross-street-parking-building

The Glass House

The first episode takes a tour of Bill Lucas’ renowned 1950s Glass House in Castlecrag (DOCOMOMO listed) with its then resident, Antony Gill. Here is the website page to that episode.

In this podcast, we go to a well-known Sydney house from the 1950s, but one very few people will have visited. It’s the Glass House by Bill and Ruth Lucas. We meet current residents, Anthony Gill and Sarah McSpadden, and talk with Peter Lonergan – a Lucas expert and the custodian of the Bill Lucas… (49 min)

https://sydneylivingmuseums.com.au/sydneyopen/home/glass-house

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