Heide II Wooden Platter
Heide II Wooden Platter - Large
In 1963, John and Sunday Reed commissioned architects McGlashan and Everist to design their second home on the Heide property, a place where art and the natural environment could coincide. Heide II, as it came to be known, was envisaged as a building with a dual function: as a space to live in but with the view that it could become a gallery in the future.
In celebration of this remarkable example of Australian modernist architecture, Heide has collaborated with Melbourne based, Sands Made to produce a range of wooden platters featuring a stylised version of the Heide II floorplan.
Exclusive to Heide Museum of Modern Art.
Dimensions: 55 x 20cm
Material: White Oak*
*wood is a natural product with various tonal qualities for you to enjoy
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