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Hendric Nicholas

Saturday Aug 08, 2009 at 11:33pm  to  at

CBD,   Sydney
New South Wales,   Australia

AUGUST 9, 2.00pm-3.00pm
FREE WITH MUSEUM ADMISSION
MUSEUM OF SYDNEY
CNR BRIDGE AND PHILLIP STREETS
SYDNEY

SYDNEY DESIGN FESTIVAL

HENRIC NICHOLAS, CLIENT: The Nicholas House (1977-1980) in Mount Irvine, NSW, was designed within the constraints of its relatively isolated site, using standard building components and techniques so that it could be built by a single individual. Henric Nicholas discusses the work of award-winning architect *Glenn Murcutt) in association with the exhibition Architecture for Place.

The Nicholas House consists of two parallel pavilions with a curved corrugated iron roof at the rear that both shields it from cold winds blowing down the slope outside and illuminates the interior with soft ambient light.

 

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