Home Design Annual Issue #22.4 - 2020

Home Design is committed to bringing readers great ideas, products and services from the best of Australian and international design, building, architecture, and decorating. With a strong editorial team, headed by editor, April Ossington we continue to ensure the delivery of only the latest news, features and profiles giving both our consumer and industry readers the information they need to keep up to date with the latest trends and design directions. Purchase includes the Digital Edition and News Service. Please stay in touch via our Facebook Page.

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2 Min
ed’s letter

Welcome to the special Annual Collector’s Edition of Home Design magazine, bursting with even more design inspiration and containing a huge competition to win no less than $13,000-worth of goodies! Check it out on page 28 and make sure you enter online for your chance to win one of the fantastic prizes we’re giving away to 13 lucky winners. I was recently lucky enough to take my first dip in a concrete bath and, I have to say, I was pleasantly surprised. Convinced this was a material that couldn’t possibly be conducive to aquatic relaxation, I was soon eating my words (chased down with champagne) as I luxuriated in the bubbles, the feel of concrete on skin far more soothing than I’d imagined. Yet another thing for my “must-buy” list. Sticking with…

4 Min
$13,000 + giveaway!

In this special annual collector’s edition of Home Design, we’ve got an amazing 13 prizes to give away to 13 lucky readers. From fabulous furniture to perfect planters, wonderful wall hangings and rugs, plus no less than 10 property discount cards, a barbecue and a cordless vacuum, you could win the perfect New Year design boost for your home. To be in with a chance of nabbing one of these stylish home must-haves, all you have to do is visit completehome.com.au/win-big and write, in 25 words or less, why you think this issue of the magazine is a great read! Terms and conditions are available online at completehome.com.au. BOSCH ATHLET ZOO’O CORDLESS VACUUM Take the hassle out of removing pet hair from your carpet, couch and everywhere in between. With flexible movement…

2 Min
design society

INAX AT ARTEDOMUS In 1918, renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright invited father-and-son Hatsunojo and Chozaburo Ina to be technical advisors on the tiles for the new Imperial Hotel in Tokyo. Original moulds and special firing techniques required a dedicated factory to be established that, upon completion of the hotel, was retained in what would become known as INAX. Japanese tradition and culture are inherent in these exquisite tiles that are truly in a league of their own. A long, slow baking process ensures durability, while carefully calculated thicknesses create the textured effect of the tiles. Pictured are the gorgeous crescent border tiles. artedomus.com NEBL BY GEJST Nebel is the German word for “fog” and was the phenomenon behind designer Michael Rem’s inspiration. Hauntingly beautiful, the Nebl planter changes how an individual perceives and…