Tuesday 18th February 2020
 
Tuesday 18th February 2020

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Sydney Opens Up

Sydney Open returns in 2015, on Sunday 1 November, morphing from bi-annual to annual for this, its 11th edition. Produced by Sydney Living Museums (SLM), Sydney Open takes you behind the scenes of 50 sites of cultural and architectural intrigue around the city. This year the program expands beyond individual buildings to precincts.

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Crystal Gazing

This week, the Australian Museum in Sydney unveiled stage one of it’s reincarnation as both a serious museum of natural history, and...
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Superhouse – Architects Talk Series

Adding another layer of conversation to exhibition Superhouse: Architecture & Interiors Beyond the Everyday opening on 29 August at...
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Superhouse – The Exhibition

Exactly what makes a superhouse is a question that we at Modern House obsess over daily. For some it’s about a sculptural form in the...
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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 the Sydney Living Museums calendar, the one-day celebration is all about getting into the swing of the fabulous Fifties. 

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Architecture of Elements

Thanks to the Australian Institute of Architects’ post-awards media tour this July, we had the chance to see inside two great houses at...
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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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Art Auction for Environmental Defenders

To celebrate its 30 years as the ‘environmental lawyers for the public’, and raise funds to continue its work, the NSW Environmental...
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Confluence: Colour in Motion at VIVID Sydney 2015

Congratulations to Insitu Collaborative for their architectural pavilion, Confluence, that’s part of the 2015 VIVD Sydney Festival of...
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