The Pettit And Sevitt Project

$85.00

 

During the 1960s and 1970s some of Australia’s best-known architects – including Robin Boyd, Michael Dysart and Ken Woolley – applied their talents to small project homes. The result was a rare marriage between high design and popular taste, producing some of Australia’s most distinctive and sought-after homes.

Arguably the most famous company producing well designed homes for every day Australians were Pettit and Sevitt, who married great homes with savvy marketing to change the face of our suburbs during the time.

For The Pettit and Sevitt Project, Tim Ross takes over an original “Lowline” (1972, Duffy ACT) model to present a new talk about the evolution of architect designed project homes in Australia. Alongside the talk, the home will feature a series of installations, projections and archive material.

Limited tickets available.

 

Venue – Pettit and Sevitt House, Duffy, Canberra, ACT 

*Exact address details to be sent to ticket holders the day before the show.

Dates

Saturday 5th March – 6pm – SOLD OUT 

Saturday 5th March – 8pm – Limited tickets 

Sunday 6th March – 2pm – New show on sale

 

All public health orders will be followed.

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During the 1960s and 1970s some of Australia’s best-known architects – including Robin Boyd, Michael Dysart and Ken Woolley – applied their talents to small project homes. The result was a rare marriage between high design and popular taste, producing some of Australia’s most distinctive and sought-after homes.

Arguably the most famous company producing well designed homes for every day Australians were Pettit and Sevitt, who married great homes with savvy marketing to change the face of our suburbs during the time.

For The Pettit and Sevitt Project, Tim Ross takes over an original “Lowline” (1972, Duffy ACT) model to present a new talk about the evolution of architect designed project homes in Australia. Alongside the talk, the home will feature a series of installations, projections and archive material.

Limited tickets available.

 

Additional information

Pettit and Sevitt Project

Saturday 5th March, 6pm, Saturday 5th March, 8pm, Sunday 6th March, 2pm

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