Harry Seidler is considered to be one of the leading champions of Modernism in Australia and the first architect to fully express the principles of the Bauhaus in Australia.
The Bauhaus principles were a reaction to the heavily ornamented design common in the early 1900s. Applied to architecture they include harmony of design and function, clean visual lines and uncluttered interior spaces.
This wonderful modernist two bedroom design delivers light-filled open plan living spaces seamlessly flowing on two levels. Understated from the outside, the mid century design focuses on form and function, flooded with natural light, gorgeous floor to ceiling glass and connectivity to the balcony.
The Campbell Group Housing comprises a group of apartments and attached houses designed by Harry Seidler and Associates in 1964 for the Australian National University (ANU). Construction was completed in 1968. The ANU sold the houses and apartments to individual owners. The Group is located on the corner of Blamey Crescent and Edmondson Street, Campbell.
.iconic Harry Seidler design
.fantastic location backing reserve
.prestigious, highly sought-after suburb
.split level floor plan
.open plan kitchen with electric appliances and neutral cabinetry
.separate living and dining rooms
.two generous bedrooms, one with built-in robe and picture windows looking over the treetops
.large bathroom with bathtub
.full sized laundry with storage
.stain glass window accents above the doors opening out to the balcony
.one covered car space plus storage room
.walking distance to local amenities, schools and shops
Living size: 74 m2 (approx.)
Land rates: $2266.61 pa
Strata: $2638 pa
Built: 1970 (approx.)
11/8 Edmondson Street