We are happy to see that the Le Corbusier tapestry, previously hanging at the Woollahra House, has found a new home in the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and is one of the recent additions donated to the University Art Gallery.

The original tapestry was designed by the famous architect for the then UNESCO building in Paris in 1956, and in the mid 1960s Harry and Penelope Seidler commissioned an edition of the work for the new Australia Square building in Sydney’s CBD.

From 2003 – 2010 the tapestry hung at the Woollahra house for the owners and friends to admire, but now can be admired by the public once again.

The article below by the University of Sydney describes the tapestry and the quite challenging installation process.

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