Iconic Australian Houses Focus Tours
Join Sydney Living Museums for a wonderful opportunity to see inside some of Australia's iconic houses that are rarely open to the public
Meet the owners and architects whose visions shaped these houses and discover how living in these homes has enriched their lives.
Among those opening their doors are building specialist Karen McCartney, owner of Bruce Rickard’s Marshall House (1967), and Annalisa Capurro, design educator and owner of the Jack House, which won the Sulman Award in 1957.
Also open for tour are Rippon House (1969), Pettit + Sevitt Courtyard House by Ken Woolley (1965) and Sydney Living Museums’ Rose Seidler House (1948).
The tours explore the significance of these homes and their influence on contemporary Australian design.