Join the Australian Architecture Association on a new AAA walking tour exploring the architecture of Woollahra and Paddington.
Wandering through leafy streets laid down upon lands once inhabited by first nation peoples the Cadigal clan - tour participants will discover some of the numerous architect designed residences located in the area. Explore how the predominant typology - the terrace has evolved into a myriad of forms, from the traditional to the infill.
AAA volunteer tour guide and registered architect Ben Gerstel, will facilitate your experience of both exceptional and controversial buildings of the early to late twentieth century and how design has changed within the area into the twenty-first century.
Featured on the tour are designs by well known Australian architects such as Don Gazzard, Neville Gruzman, Glen Murcutt, Peter Stronach and Alex Tzannes, as well as gems designed by less recognised architects.
Meeting Point: Phoenix Hotel (outside the front entrance), 1 Moncur Street, Woollahra NSW 2015
Time: 2.00pm - 4.00pm
Date: Saturday 25 February 2017
Tickets: $25 (Public) / $20 (Concession & Seniors)
Note: ID required to join the walk
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- Article: Vanessa Couzens
- Image 1: The secret garden - Woollahra style (Photographer: Daniel Dearing)
- Image 2: Residence designed by Don Gazzard (Image Source: Design In Steel, 1976)
- Image 3: The Phoenix Hotel, Woollahra (Photographer: Daniel Dearing)