An eye for design

The development of the exhibition 'Iconic Australian Houses' saw a collaboration between two of our in-house designers with freelance creative Tracy Lines

Table setting for a lunch in the Dining Room at the Elizabeth Bay House

Dining Room

The magnificent dining room is an elegant venue for board meetings, lunches or intimate dinners

The drawing room at Elizabeth Farm

Dining Room & Drawing Room

The elegant dining and drawing rooms are perfect for small dinners, with pre-dinner drinks served on the sandstone verandah and lawns

Gardens, Grounds & House

A spectacular setting for an outdoor cocktail party or special event, with a bold modernist house backdrop

Oval Banquet in the Saloon at the Elizabeth Bay House

Hall & Saloon

The saloon features a majestic domed ceiling and an elegant cantilevered staircase

Guests seated at the dining table at the Beerenberg Product Launch, Vaucluse House

Kitchen Courtyard

A bespoke daytime dining experience under the shade of a huge fig tree

Long Banquet in the Cellar at the Elizabeth Bay House

The Cellar

An intimate ambience with vaulted ceilings, beautiful sandstone walls and floors and its own private courtyard entry

This is a colour photograph of a light brick building surrounded by native trees

The Marshall House

The Marshall House, located in Sydney, exemplifies Bruce Rickard’s architectural principles – a strong emphasis on indoor and outdoor living spaces, the use of natural materials and a connection to the landscape

This is a photograph of the front exterior of the house, with concrete walls and large glass windows facing out. The house disappears into a sand dune and has native grasses growing on the roof

The Phillip Island House

This house was built between 1983 and 1990 on a remote headland of Phillip Island, Victoria, and was designed to connect with the surrounding landscape by hugging the shoreline and cleverly disappearing into a sand dune