List of Harry Seidler Architecture

List of Harry Seidler buildings, listed alphabetically with photos when available. Most, if not all prominent Harry Seidler architecture appears on this list, including houses, churches and other structures where applicable. This list contains information like what city the structure can be found in, and when it was first opened to the public. If you want to find out even more about these famous Harry Seidler buildings you can click on the building names to get additional information.

List below includes MLC Centre, Hong Kong Club Building and more buildings.

This list answers the questions, "What buildings did Harry Seidler design?" and "What do Harry Seidler structures look like?"

  • Australia Square

    Australia Square is an office and retail complex in the central business district of Sydney, Australia. Its main address is 264 George Street, and the Square is bounded on the northern side by Bond Street, eastern side by Pitt Street and southern side by Curtin Place. The building was designed by Harry Seidler & Associates. Today, it remains a landmark building in Sydney and is regarded as iconic to Australian architecture. It has even been described as the most beautiful building in Australia. The outstanding feature of the Square is the Tower Building which from its completion in 1967 until 1976 was the tallest building in Sydney. Australia Square is owned by GPT Group. In 1967 the ...more
    • City/Town: New South Wales, Australia
    • Opened: Jan 01 1967
    • Structural Height (m): 305.0
    • Floors: 45
    • Created By: Harry Seidler
  • Blues Point Tower

    Blues Point Tower is an apartment block in Sydney, Australia. Located in McMahons Point, close to North Sydney, the tower is 83 metres tall with 144 apartments over 25 levels. It is often regarded as one of the ugliest buildings in Sydney.
    • City/Town: Sydney, Australia
    • Opened: Jan 01 1962
    • Structural Height (m): 83.0
    • Created By: Harry Seidler
  • Capita Centre, also known as the Castlereagh Centre, is a skyscraper in Sydney, Australia. Located at 9-11 Castlereagh Street, it is 183 metres tall from spire and 158 metres tall from roof. The building was designed by Harry Seidler & Associates. The structural engineer was Miller, Milston & Ferris and the builder was Civil & Civic. Completed in 1989 at the cost of $200 m, the building is primarily used as a commercial office tower. The Capita Centre is rectangular and consists of 34 levels, with a total floor area of 24,450 square metres. The building is constructed of composite structural steel and concrete, with its support structures making it unique as it wears its structure on the ...more
    • City/Town: Sydney, Australia
    • Opened: Jan 01 1989
    • Structural Height (m): 158.0
    • Floors: 34
    • Created By: Harry Seidler
  • Harry and Penelope Seidler House

    Harry and Penelope Seidler House was the home of architects Penelope and Harry Seidler. It is located in Kalang Avenue, Killara on Sydney's North Shore, and was designed by Harry and Penelope Seidler. It is listed on the NSW State Heritage Register.
    • City/Town: New South Wales, Australia
    • Opened: Jan 01 1967
    • Created By: Harry Seidler
  • The Hong Kong Club Building is 25-storey office building located in between Chater Road and Connaught Road Central at the junction of Jackson Road, in Central, Hong Kong, China. The Hong Kong Club Building is currently in its third generation, in its second location. It is owned by the Hong Kong Club, which occupies 8 levels, while the other floors are leased for office use. The Hong Kong Club Building, in its second incarnation, was one of the last examples of renaissance architecture remaining in Hong Kong. The building was completed in 1897, and demolished in June 1981. It was replaced by the current modern building.
    • City/Town: Hong Kong, China
    • Opened: Jan 01 1984
    • Created By: Harry Seidler
  • Horizon Apartments

    The Horizon Apartments, also short The Horizon, is a residential high rise building in Darlinghurst, a suburb in the inner-city of Sydney, NSW, Australia. It is located on at 184 Forbes Street between Liverpool and William Streets. The controversial highrise was completed in 1998. Controversy stems from the height of the building and the shadowing effects on surrounding buildings.
    • City/Town: New South Wales, Australia
    • Opened: Jan 01 1998
    • Structural Height (m): 143.9
    • Created By: Harry Seidler