Neville Gruzman (1928 - 2005) was well-known as one of Sydney's
more colorful characters. He was also an architect who designed
some very fine houses.
Five of his residential buildings are featured in this section:
the Wright-influenced Chadwick;
the sunworshipper's Hills;
the recent Lasslett
apartments; as well as Montrose
from the 1950s; and Darling
Point, where he lived.