Members Hour: Rose Seidler House
Welcome to Members Hour at Rose Seidler House.
This is your chance to have this marvel of modernist architecture to yourself. Once the most talked about house in Sydney, it was designed by Harry Seidler for his parents, Rose and Max. The house remains one of the finest examples of mid-20th-century modern domestic architecture in Australia.
The furniture and furnishings in Rose Seidler House are today arranged as Seidler originally designed them in 1950, and as used by his parents from 1950 to 1967. One of the conditions when the house was gifted to the Historic Houses Trust of NSW (now MHNSW), was that it be kept in ‘its present display‑furnished state with all furniture kept in a condition suitable for such display’.
Members will be treated to light refreshments while hearing stories about Rose’s tea sets and her German recipes.
Members Hour is an exclusive time dedicated to Museums of History NSW members at each of our historic houses, gardens and museums.
Bookings essential. A waiting list may be available.
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