Gartner Rose were appointed by Sydney Living Museums to
undertake refurbishment works within the Rose Seidler House at Wahroonga.
The project involved a major electrical upgrade of the heritage-listed
house which now functions as a museum. Associated works included roofing,
waterproofing, cladding and painting.
Throughout the works in both settings, attention to detail
was given to heritage fixtures and fittings as well as landscaped features
to provide an authentic and sensitive outcome, emulating the original
intent of the area. High level coordination of building services including
hydraulic, electrical, mechanical and fire service upgrades was also
executed paying respect to heritage aspects of the precinct. The project
also involved the careful demolition of building elements including some
asbestos, all of which was successfully managed by the Gartner Rose