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(inside) interior design review

(inside) interior design review

No. 110

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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These last few months have been tough. Here at inside we feel particularly for our vibrant creative and design community – the talented individuals and small businesses that are experiencing unprecedented challenges in unprecedented circumstances. My sincerest gratitude rests with the frontline health and essential workers, both locally and globally, who have dedicated their days, nights and sometimes their lives to help those in need. This issue is a celebration of the trailblazers and industry shakers. The up-and-comers and the underestimated. The names know and the names ’ll be you you dropping for months to come when friends ask you for tips on the ones to watch. When compiling this issue, I felt compelled to feature the Australian Pavilion, knowing the upcoming Venice Architecture Biennale had been postponed. The immersive exhibition…

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RACHAEL BERNSTONE Rachael Bernstone is a freelance architecture and sustainable design journalist from Perth. She is the former editor of Building Australia and SDQ magazines, and is the associate editor of Steel Profile magazine. She is also a founding member of the Australian Architecture Association, a cultural organisation that aims to promote contemporary architecture to the wider public. STEFANIE MARKIDIS Stefanie Markidis is an arts and culture writer working in Melbourne. With a long-standing career in magazine journalism, Stefanie has written for The Melbourne Weekly, Inpress magazine and Ramona magazine, where she was the founding creative writing editor. Having recently completed a doctorate at RMIT’s College of Design and Social Context, she brings to inside an appreciation for the conceptual and creative processes of interior design and architecture. JUDITH ABELL Based in Hobart, Judith Abell…

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CREAM TOWN Started by Melburnian artists Isaebella Doherty and Bronte Pleasance, this is a digital art shop for local artists who have lost their jobs to the pandemic. The platform has an -door submission open policy, so a wide variety of diverse, emerging art like Rachel Hope’s Bronte Pool (featured) is represented with each piece sold at just $100. @cream.town EVERYTHING WILL BE FINE We couldn’t have put it better ourselves. Thanks @paulkellydesign for styling Longueville Hotel with this gorgeous reminder to stay calm and hustle. OFFICE ENVY Tamsin Johnson shows us how to combine antiques and a bit of colour to create a unique, refined space in her Paddington studio. Follow her work at @ tamsinjohnson TERRACOTTA DREAMING If WA and Italy had a love child, it would be MORQ Architecture and it would be a rammed-concrete, paradise-scented,…

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Hare + Klein is synonymous with uncompromisingly comfortable, liveable interiors made exceptional by deceptively effortless styling. Whether it’s for a stark inner city warehouse brought to life by contemporary furniture and finishes or a rural idyll seamlessly linked to a gorgeous garden, Hare + Klein’s style is unmistakable. Written by South Africa-born, Sydney-based principal and design director Meryl Hare, Hare + Klein Interior showcases the signature use of texture, colour and scale in responsive interior design that has defined her practice since she founded it in 1988. “In the era of social media where trends come and , go with bewildering speed, it is really important to us that our work stands the test of time ” Hare. “However the most , says , important decisions in the creative journey belong…

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SHOP AĒSOP: RŌZU PHOTOGRAPHER JULIEN T HAMON AND ©ACHP/ADAGP 2020 The latest fragrance from skincare brand Aēsop is a tribute to the life and work of eminent French modernist designer and architect Charlotte Perriand and the Japanese Wabara rose that takes her name. French perfumer Barnabé Fillion visited the designer’s Paris apartment and worked with her daughter, architect Pernette Perriand-Barsac, to create the scent, which evokes both a sense of place and Perriand’s life and legacy with notes of rose and woody ylang-ylang. aesop.com.au SHOP Ross Gardam: CETO Melbourne-based industrial designer Ross Gardam has just unveiled “a new universal language for decorative lighting”. Ceto captures the variation and rippling of the surface of the ocean. Each piece reflects a unique pattern, emitting a delicate luminosity and highlighting the of the sea. While presence each light source…

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