Rose Seidler House Refurbishment Completion
We are delighted to advise the safe and successful completion of the Rose Seidler House Refurbishment for Sydney Living Museums.
The project involved a major electrical upgrade of the heritage-listed house which now functions as a museum. Associated works included a complete re-roofing, waterproofing, cladding and painting. High-level coordination of building services including hydraulic, electrical, mechanical and fire service upgrades was executed paying respect to heritage aspects of the precinct. The project involved the careful demolition of building elements including asbestos, all of which were successfully managed by the Gartner Rose Team.
Rose Seidler House was designed by Harry Seidler for his mother, Rose, and was built by Bret R Lake between 1948 and 1950. Rose Seidler House is one of the finest examples of mid-20th-century modern domestic architecture in Australia. The works will complement our recent projects undertaken with Sydney Living Museums at the Hyde Park Barracks Museum and Elizabeth Bay House.
Congratulations to everyone for bringing this project to a safe completion and a special thanks to the project team, subcontractors and suppliers.