Family fights to overturn heritage council decision on Seidler home

By Elliot Williams
Updated April 4 2019 - 10:14pm, first published January 5 2019 - 12:00am

It was a small house, just two bedrooms, and suitable for Ivor Bowden, then a bachelor. In 1951, the Department of External Affairs cadet took a colleague's advice and engaged an up-and-coming architect by the name of Harry Seidler to design it.

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