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(inside) interior design review No. 104 (Nov-Feb) - IDEA Winners

The premier professional journal for today's interior architects and designers in Australia, presenting the latest in cutting-edge interior projects and insightful discussions addressing the industry's most relevant topics to date. For the sophisticated and innovative designer, (inside) chronicles the ongoing conversation of design, both globally and locally, and the creative prowess that drives it forward. Our continued support of the Australian design industry through IDEA (Interior Design Excellence Awards) and its annual programme nurtures both young and established designers, boasting their work locally and overseas.

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inside

Welcome to issue 104 and the last inside for 2018. This year has been a design whirlwind and seems to have passed way too quickly; however, the gala party for the Interior Design Excellence Awards (IDEA) in November was a grand way to say goodbye to the year. Speaking of IDEA, what a spectacular array of winners and highly commended practices, projects and objects grace the pages of this issue. We see creativity and innovation shine through with talent in abundance. Australian designers, architects and object makers are indeed inspirational in all that they have achieved this year and IDEA 2018 has showcased the very best projects and objects that the practitioners in our country have to offer. Congratulations to all who received accolades and to all who were shortlisted in…

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contributors

1– Sharyn Cairns Sharyn Cairns is at the forefront of commercial photography in Australia with a specialist portfolio spanning interiors, food, travel and lifestyle. She is committed to creating beautiful images that capture a mood and an emotion, playing with light and shadows to create levels of depth and distinctive memorable scenes. Her work is featured in international and local magazines such as Gourmet Traveller, Vogue Living, Belle, Elle Decoration UK and Dwell, and she has photographed numerous cookbooks for well-known chefs such as Maggie Beer and Guy Grossi. Sharyn is also co-author and photographer of the book Perfect Imperfect. 2– Dave Wheeler Sydney-based photographer Dave Wheeler began developing his eye for photography shortly after finishing his studies in animation and industrial design. After a short stint working on the set of major…

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Resident Dog Well-known to the design community Nicole England’s photography has graced all interior and architectural media. Her eye is sharp, composed and always with a knack for teasing the detail from the whole. Here her talent for interior photography is paired with her love of dogs; more specifically she has posited the gloriously appointed architectural homes as the home of the dog that resides there. Rightly so. What makes the book a delight for interior design devotees is the transformative nature of time. And it is here that we see the true evolution of a life lived. Cookie’s home by Cavill Architects in Brisbane, for example, has transformed since images were first seen and is now the cascading jungle it was meant to be. Meanwhile in Surry Hills the trees…

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californian wine country

A journey to California’s wine country is indeed an experience that intoxicates not only the taste buds, but all the senses. Of course the wine is world-class, but it is the architecture of the wineries, the myriad styles and designs of the buildings and interiors that are just as interesting as the pinot noir. The Napa and Sonoma counties are home to approximately 1200 wineries and the most comfortable way to traverse the area is by car or even Uber. Travel along the Silverado Trail or Route 29 and wineries are situated cheek by jowl – some designed in the Spanish hacienda or old Amercian styles, while others present as rambling Gothic mansions with turrets or French chateaux. Other vignerons present their wineries as contemporary modernist concrete structures or slick glass…

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nov–dec 2018

1- Rigg Design Prize NGV Victoria – 24 February 2019 Responding to the theme of Domestic Living, 10 of Australia’s leading interior designers are participating in the triennial Rigg Design Prize, where each of the designers creates a room within the gallery. In alphabetical order, the participants are: Amber Road, Arent&Pyke, Danielle Brustman, David Flack, David Hicks, Hecker Guthrie, Martyn Thompson Studio, Richards Stanisich, Scott Weston Architecture Design and The Society Inc by Sibella Court. “The participants’ concepts are thoughtful reflections of interior spaces and their ability to shift perceptions and tell personal stories of place and identity,” says Tony Ellwood, NGV director. And, drum roll, the winner is... Hecker Guthrie. 2- Nick Cave: Until Carriageworks, Sydney 23 November – 3 March 2019 Until, a play on the phrase ‘innocent until proven guilty’, or ‘guilty…

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designwall

Tealive FRETARD Design FRETARD Design was commissioned to produce Australia’s first Tealive store, introducing the successful Malaysian bubble tea company to Melbourne’s CBD. FRETARD Design has presented a colourful tea stop in the city’s largest transit hub, Southern Cross Station, and the project is a visually stimulating space of vibrant purples and yellows that attracts customers and energises the spirit. A striking ceiling installation, representative of the way in which the straw perforates the bubble tea lid, has been included to add intrigue and texture to the store layout, while emphasising the bold brand colours and quirky personality of the retail offering. The palette comes from a neutral base with additions of colour that direct the eye towards a countertop and the splashes of purple, teal and yellow. The partial green wall breathes natural…

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