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Collection 3: Harry Seidler & Associates architectural drawings, 1961-1983

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Yezd3ZL9

Collection 3: Harry Seidler & Associates architectural drawings, 1961-1983

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Collection 3: Harry Seidler & Associates architectural drawings, 1961-1983

Full title

Collection 3: Harry Seidler & Associates architectural drawings, 1961-1983

Date

1961-1983

Record Identifier

Yezd3ZL9
Physical Description

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163 architectural drawings - various sizes - 68 dyeline and 95 diazo prints

7 photographs - approx. 58 x 49 cm. - gelatin silver

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Rights and Restrictions Information : Permission must be obtained from the copyright holder for publication, advertising or political use or for any use by organisations, companies or government departments

Please acknowledge: : Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales and Courtesy copyright holder

Terms of use

Partly restricted : Applies to Series 06: MLC centre, Sydney, 1972-1975 / Harry Seidler & Associates

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

The plans itemised below represent the following projects:
Australia Square (1961-67)
Ski Lodge, Thredbo (1962)
Muller house, Lilli Pilli, Port Hacking (1963)
Seidler house, Killara (1966-67)
Seidler's offices at 2 Glen Street, Milson's Point (1971-73)
MLC Centre (1972-75); Australian Embassy, Paris (1973-77)
Hillside Housi...

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Collection 3: Harry Seidler & Associates architectural drawings, 1961-1983

NOTES

General note

Australia Square, the Milson's Point offices and the MLC Centre were awarded the Sir John Sulman Medal (1967, 1981, 1983); the ski lodge and the residences at Port Hacking and Killara won the Wilkinson Award (1965, 1966, 1967); Australia Square and the MLC Centre won the Civic Design Award (1967, 1981). For other awards presented for these buildings, see www.seidler.net.au/

Six b&w photographs of Australia Square by Max Dupain, and one photograph of the plan of the upper and lower plaza, are filed separately at PXD 509 ff.163-169. ff.164, 167 and 168 are enlargements of Dupain's photographs of Seidler projects held at PXB 237.

Photographs by Dupain and working plans of the Wilkinson Award winners,...

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Presented 1967, 1969, 1985, by Mr Harry Seidler
Pic.Acc.1253 (1967)
Pic.Acc.1651 (1969)
Pic.Acc.5899 (1985)

Exhibited in

The most useful Art: Architecture in Australia, 1788-1985

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Yezd3ZL9

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447230

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