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Built as the home of architects Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffin in 1920 at 23 Glenard Drive in Eaglemont, Victoria, Australia. Wikipedia
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- The Griffins designed numerous houses in the area, and later became residents of Eaglemont, living at 23 Glenard Drive in the small knitlock house 'Pholiota' They lived alongside the house of Walter's brother-in-law Roy Lippincott at no. 21.
- Other work the Griffins did during this time included the Melbourne subdivisions of Glenard (where the Griffins built their own Knitlock house "Pholiota") and Mount Eagle at Eaglemont, and the Ranelagh Estate in Mount Eliza Victoria 1924.
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