Renault House, an exquisite example of Harry Seidler modernism
'We perceive our home, Renault House, as our benefactor. Every day in some way, whether it be a shadow, an angle, shape, juxtaposition of texture or the journey of the light within, our home gives.' - An exquisite example of Harry Seidler modernism commissioned in 1969 by renowned restauranteur and vintner Madame Renault, with 21st century additions by architect Kevin Snell and landscape architect Mira Martinazzo. - The design complements its idyllic natural surrounds, facing due north to fully capture expansive panoramas of Sydney's Middle Harbour. - Crafted for a premium living experience, the interior features a substantial floorplan cascading over four half-levels with bespoke appointments, many 'wow-factors' and spaces for all types of entertaining. - Outdoor areas are akin to the luxury ambience of classic Palm Springs modernism, complete with a mosaic-tiled swimming pool and a sundrenched level garden. - The visual aim of the design was to extend the horizontal freedom of space vertically by opening the various levels into each other and creating a two-and-a-half storey high open shaft between them. - This immaculately maintained residence comes to the market now for only the second time. - This presents a rare chance to be uplifted by sublime architecture every day in some unexpected way.