Monday, December 26, 2011

House Extension | Brian Seidler House | Harry Seidler And Associates

This house was originally designed by Harry Seidler for his uncle Marcus in 1949-51 and was one of three houses on the family estate, the others being the Rose Seidler House (1948) and the Julian Rose House (1949).
This relatively modest two bedroom home of timber construction takes the form of a hollow box suspended above the terrain on slender steel columns and intersecting masonry walls.
In 1958 Harry Seidler designed an addition consisting of two additional bedrooms and a bathroom that was added to the east end of the structure while still retaining the original design of the building. A steel spiral stair case connecting the ground plane to the recessed balcony protecting the extensive northern glazing was moved to the new eastern end......more

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