Fredrick White House
5 Ophir Street
Moonee Ponds 3039
Victoria, Australia

attrib. Henry Pynor, 1924

Architect John Kenny writes, “Fredrick White married a Daisy Pynor in 1917. Daisy White had a half-brother Henry Pynor, born in 1901, who was working for the Griffins at the time this house was built (1921-24). At the time of the design and construction of this small timber-framed, single storey house in a suburb of Melbourne, Henry had yet to gain registration as an architect, so perhaps this building is better referred to as Griffin (WBG or MMG) - Pynor design. Shortly thereafter, Henry traveled to the United States, where he supervised construction of Griffin’s Cooley House (1925-26), and later traveled to Europe and Russia. He eventually returned to Australia in 1935, and died in 1946.”







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