Hold onto your hats cats and kittens something popped up this arvo which has bumped everything else off the list. Joyce House (c.1962) by Towell, Jansen and Rippon architects is an unmolested, dynamic concrete and timber residence of a certain Japanese flavour by way of Frank Lloyd Wright (yes! the agent has his influences down). A complete and arresting architectural statement which, as per the best Modernism, only shows its masterful construction and design once inside. Extra super dooper kudos, hugs and kisses to the agent in this case and his spiel which could have come from our very own pages. Dougie ol’ pal – you’re alright!