While working on my interview with Bona Fide Modernist designers Modiste over the last two weeks, I got into a bit of a Modernist mood. Not the cold, minimalist European version – but rather its warmer American version. Yes, there is a distinct difference between the two, I learned, and I ‘ll show you next Monday when part one of the Modiste interview will go live. Anyhow, whilst in my Modernist mood, I came across these beautiful pictures of two later Modernist Australian houses. One is called Seidler House, the other Gissing House. Beautiul warm late Sixties – early Seventies architecture with furniture to match. I’m officially in love.
Photography Chris Colls and Max Dupain