Driffield House / Suzanne Dance Architect

Driffield House

Driffield House is a mid century house designed by Suzanne Dance in Arthurs Seat, Victoria, Australia. A dynamic home which is not only sending the Modernist/dreamhouse crowd into raptures (and deservedly so) but one which has also awakened many of us to the existence of a trailblazing female architect; Suzanne Dance.

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