On Sunday 17 August AAA Committee Member Annalisa Capurro, takes part in a talk at the Museum of Sydney (MoS), called Protecting Iconic Houses.
With Sydney's real estate at an ever-increasing premium and the process of listing heritage homes becoming more difficult, the future of many iconic Australian houses is under serious threat.
In this talk hear Philip Goad, professor of architecture at the University of Melbourne, Annalisa Capurro, design educator and owner of the Jack House (winner of the Sulman Award in 1957), and Ian Innes, Assistant Director, Heritage at Sydney Living Museums, discuss the challenges we face when trying to conserve iconic homes for future generations to appreciate.
Location: MoS, Cnr Phillip & Bridge Streets, Sydney NSW 2000
Cost: $35 (public) / $30 (Sydney Living Museums Members & Concession)
To book your tickets for the talk click here.
- Article: Sourced from the Sydney Living Museums website
- Photograph: Interior of the Jack House
- Photographer: Vanessa Couzens