Rosenberg House [1966]

Neville Gruzman

Imagery: Michael Wee

Architect Neville Gruzman was called upon to create a visually and acoustically private sanctuary for a nudist client, ultimately informing much of what became this strikingly modernist structure of glass, steel and concrete – its transparency offset by its landscape’s own uniquely formed topography. With a stepped fireplace to the underside of the central, floating stair – Gruzman’s form and detailing immediately recalls the more famed residential works of Wright and Mies, as first correlated by Australian academic Phillip Goad.

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