No other architect in Australia's history has been as internationally influential or famous as Harry Seidler. Presented in a two book boxed set, this work provides an insight into and an analysis of the designs selected by Seidler to be his most important. The first book looks at the early years of his design career. Photographs are paralleled with concise plans and essays in a dossier showcasing this Austrian-born architect's infatuation with the Australian landscape. The early designs are often in contrast to the complexities and dimensions of his later designs, which are comprehensively featured in the second book.