He was "Australia's most important architect," declares Philip Cox (who might himself be able to lay claim to that title) in a gracious obituary in The Australian. Glenn Murcutt, another who might be in the running, said Harry Seidler "brought modernism in architecture to large-scale commercial design."
Harry brought art to architecture... Whilst he wasn't everyone's cup of tea, for those in the profession that know Harry and know his work so well, he actually brought a level of architecture that very few architects have seen in this country.Pictured here is Seidler's own 1966 house at Killara, described by Cox "as one of [Seidler's] greater achievements."
LINKS: A poet in concrete - The Australian
Tributes flow for Seidler - Sunday Times
Harry & Penelope Seidler House
Harry Seidler Associates tribute
TAGS: Architecture, Obituary