Friday 14th December 2018
 
Friday 14th December 2018

Design Design Design

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The library's take on the modern house

At Modern House, we’re all big fans of the State Library of New South Wales. Among its extraordinary resources is a wealth of material on...
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Dreaming of Modern Homes

Easy comfort. Indoor-outdoor living. A sense of optimism. Just some of the features of the dream homes of the likes of Ian Innes, Katelin...
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How modern homes can build community

At Modern House, we look at different ways in which modern homes and developments can encourage – or discourage – a sense of community....
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Who is Australia’s first true
Modernist architect?

Is it possible to name Australia’s first true Modernist architect? It’s a contentious question, but for a bit of fun, we did a quick...
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'Tis the season to be Modern

This July, Sydney Living Museums launches Modernism Season. As a proud supporting partner, we share highlights from the...
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When did modern start meaning massive?

At Modern House, we ponder the need for larger houses and multiple bathrooms. We look at some of our favourite examples of modern...
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Secrets of Modern House Design

At Modern House, we marvel at the intricacies and clever considerations of modern house design. The best of modern house design is all...
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Streets of Your Town

As the only estate agency devoted to the promotion of Australian modernist and mid-century architecture, Modern House was excited to see...
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Pettit+Sevitt

As the 1950’s drew to a close post war euphoria was on a high and the space age was upon a burgeoning new generation of young...
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Fifties Fair at Rose Seidler House

Save the date and start preparing! Sunday August 23 is the annual Fifties Fair at Rose Seidler House in Wahroonga. A favourite event on...
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38 sq m - A Small Space Reinvention

Their first home purchase was a 1969 Potts Point apartment in a small tower by architect Harry Seidler. With the lightest of touches, the...
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