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Walsh Street Guided Tour

Walsh Street House 290 Walsh Street, South Yarra, Vic, Australia

Our Walsh Street Guided Tours provide unparalleled insight into Robin Boyd - from his family background, influences, the design of the house, his critical works and lasting legacy. Our guests are then welcome to roam Walsh Street and enjoy the truly unique experience. The iconic residence at 290 Walsh Street that Boyd designed for his

$25.00 – $45.00

The Great Great Australian Dream – SOLD OUT

Walsh Street House 290 Walsh Street, South Yarra, Vic, Australia

The confused pastiche of incoherent architecture and how it failed to represent a national identity or culture was a topic that Boyd passionately interrogated right through to his last book, The Great Great Australian Dream. This 'Design Matters' panel will explore how we can design sensitive architecture that speaks to our identity and culture to

$20.00 – $30.00

Evenings with DADo: City Dreamers

Walsh Street House 290 Walsh Street, South Yarra, Vic, Australia

Join us at Walsh Street for our next Evenings with DADo, a screening of City Dreamers (2018) with an introduction by Tania Davidge! ‘City Dreamers’ is a documentary which delves into the significant contributions of four trailblazing women: Phyllis Lambert, Blanche Lemco van Ginkel, Denise Scott Brown and Cornelia Hahn Oberlander. Collectively holding the titles of

$20.00 – $30.00

SOLD OUT | Boyd Meets Girl

Walsh Street House 290 Walsh Street, South Yarra, Vic, Australia

The grandson of Robin Boyd, Australian classical guitarist Rupert Boyd, with American cellist Laura Metcalf, will perform at Walsh Street, the iconic, modernist home built by his grandfather. The duo, Boyd Meets Girl, performs an eclectic and engaging range of repertoire, from the baroque through modern day, including many of their own arrangements. The duo

$35.00 – $55.00

Philip Goad: Japan through Boyd’s camera lens

Walsh Street House 290 Walsh Street, South Yarra, Vic, Australia

From his first trip to Japan in 1961 to research his book on Kenzo Tange to his subsequent journeys as exhibit curator for the Australian Pavilion at Expo ‘70 Osaka – Boyd was a prolific and keen-sighted documenter of all things Japanese. Professor Philip Goad will explore scenes that caught Boyd’s eye, including his fascination

$20.00 – $30.00

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