Baz meets Brian Seidler, wife Donna and children Amelia, Mila and Marcus.
People used to queue up to look at this iconic Harry Seidler-designed house when it was first built around 1950.
The original home was modest, but any additions have been designed in keeping with the style.
The colourful sitting area is true to 1950s retro decor.
When asked if it feels like he's living in a museum, Brian says: "No, never. As a child I was oblivious to the fact that the house was 'special'."
The original kitchen remains as it was when the house was built, but it looks truly modernist in style!
Obviously some appliances have needed replacing since the property was built, but this retro mixer remains.
This dining table has been sat in this spot since Brian was a child. Talk about timeless!
Brian insists that he has not replaced any of the original furniture in the house.
The layout of this bedroom with the walk-in wardrobe area behind the bed was very forward-thinking for its day.
Although architect Harry has now sadly passed, his legend lives on through the design of the building.
Brian says that his kids clamber over their original 50s furniture just as he did with his brother.
Although areas surrounding the house were visionary (and verging on controversial) at the time of conception, the design still stands today.