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Contemporary New South Wales house design by Edward Szewczyk + Associates:
Big Rock House, Kangaroo Valley, Illawarra region of New South Wales, Australia image from architect Big Rock House Kangaroo Valley is a rift valley along the Kangaroo River in the Illawarra region of New South Wales, Australia, located west of the seaside in the City of Shoalhaven.
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Location: 14 russell street, woollahra, nsw 2025, Australia
Edward Szewczyk is an Australian Architect born in Poland. He obtained a Masters Degree in Architecture at Silesian Institute of Technology in Poland. As part of his education he organized and completed a research tour to study Western-European architecture and visited numerous architects’ offices and schools of architecture: AA in London, Delft University in Holland, University of Copenhagen, Louvain La Neuve in Belgium, Malmö University in Sweden and participated in a student exchange with Sheffield University.
In 1976 he participated in competition for ecologically sustainable housing organised by McGill University in Canada.
Prior to migrating to Australia in 1982, he practiced architecture in Poland and Switzerland. He joined the Royal Australian Institute of Architects in 1992 and in 2004 he became a Founding Member of Australian Architecture Association.
In 1993 he established Edward Szewczyk and Associates Architects in Sydney. It is a small practice focused on high quality design and developing language of interpretation of Australian landscape and small scale, high quality urban living. The projects range from objects and furniture to houses and small commercial and industrial projects.