Home Design Issue #22.3 2019

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ed’s letter

ON THE COVER MiaCara Dog bed I’m getting back to nature in a big way right now. For a start, I’ve just been poring over the fantastic designs emerging over the other side of the planet at the London Design Fair. The fair’s Material of the Year for 2019 is “biomaterials”, which is really exciting. In our evermore environmentally conscious age, it’s an absolute delight to see designers searching out new methods and materials, with such weird and wacky concepts as furniture made from corn husks (page 60), lampshades made from wine pomace, leather from palm leaves and “chipboard” from potatoes! The future is definitely bio. Another way we’re getting in touch with Mother Nature in this issue is with our fantastic pet furniture feature on page 170, where you’ll find some utterly adorable…

3 Min
design society

THE RIBBON RANGE BY ROBERT PLUMB Furniture that looks just as good inside as it does out, the new collection by David Harrison of Design Daily sees a change in the typical timber aesthetic dominating Robert Plumb’s collections. The Ribbon Range takes inspiration from Bauhaus tubular metal furniture and reinterprets it into a flat steel bar. Exuding a chic, airy feeling, this minimalist collection offers longevity and a visually finer style of furniture. Photography by Prue Ruscoe. robertplumb.com.au 3D ART-APP BY GREENHOUSE INTERIORS Cutting to the (he)art of the matter, it can be difficult when buying artwork to visualise what works well in a space. With some prices in the thousands, choosing a piece requires consideration of elements such as size and colour. Please rise, the 3D art-app by Greenhouse Interiors. The app…

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terrazzo trend

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modern memphis

2 Min
book club

INSPIRED BY NATURE HANS BLOMQUISTHARDIE GRANT PUBLISHING | $49.99 Celebrated art director and stylist Hans Blomquist presents his decorating philosophy to transform a home into a haven. Engaging with natural elements through an earthy palette of contrasting yet complementary textures can engage our senses and soothe our busy minds. Still lifes and displays of treasured pieces are key to his look and help create visual interest as well as connection to our past. After delving into the theory, Hans explores the practical, taking us on a tour of real homes that exude comfort, contentment and beauty. Build a home that acts as a refuge from the busyness of life while still enabling family and friends to gather in harmony. LESS STUFF LINDSAY MILESHARDIE GRANT PUBLISHING | $24.99 Do you want to spark joy in your…

2 Min
tom putt

“To look from a unique perspective, to delight, to surprise, to add something special and to give my all” is Tom Putt’s philosophy on not just art, but life. While photography is his passion, capturing the great Australian landscapes has consumed him over the past 22 years. Describing himself as an “Aerial Abstract Landscape Photographer”, Tom enjoys seeing the land from above and creating visual interpretations that look more like paintings than photographs. The desire to create has always been in Tom. He started his lifelong pursuit of photography at 13 years of age, taking photos of birds and wildlife. As he became more interested in a triathlon he was training for, so too did his photography, and for three years he photographed sports events across the world, including the 2000…