In Search of an Australian Style

Harry Seidler writes in The Bulletin magazine, October 24 1989

“Architect Harry Seidler reflects on the dream at the end of a journey.”

“After a complicated odyssey from my native Vienna, where I lived until the age of 15, I had a period of schooling in England and was interned and transported to Canada during World War II. Following a final architectural education at Harvard, I settled down to work with architect Marcel Breuer in New York from 1946 to 1948.”

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