Sydney Opera House Its isolated location, on a patch of land jutting into the harbor, makes the Sydney Opera House, which opened in 1973, all the more visually compelling. Visionary Danish architect Jørn Utzon was the man responsible for this iconic building, with its mesmerizing nexus of interlocking vaulted roof shells sheathed in glazed off-white tiles.
The Sydney Opera House, Jørn Utzon, 1973 FLUME: SOME MINDS (Feat. Andrew Wyatt) I visited this building on a family holiday, and it was one of the first pieces of architecture to really make an impression on me as a child. It’s showcased.