Almost Full Circle: Harry Seidler : a Biography
The story of the influences - human, political and artistic, which shaped the life of Harry Seidler, disciple of Bauhaus architecture. Spans seccessionist Vienna and the years of Anschluss to Sydney in the 1990s, his introduction to architecture as a schoolboy in England internment in Canada and as a student of Gropius and Marcel Breuer.
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