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(inside) interior design review

(inside) interior design review No. 106

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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2 min.
editorial

Welcome to the second issue of inside for 2019. It’s been a fast and furious race to the middle of the year with a plethora of events and exhibitions both here at home and overseas and, with half the year already over, there has hardly been time to breathe. Within inside 106 we present a variety of reviews, profiles and projects, and touch down in most of our Australian cities through our projects. To start the ball rolling there is a review of Melbourne Design Week (p18), which was again a huge success. Melbourne was taken over by all things design; however, the theme this year was a little more sombre, delving into the challenges we face as communities and as a nation, through issues such as waste, reuse and water.…

1 min.
contributors

1– Anson Smart As a teenager Smart aspired to be a pilot; however, after completing an aviation science degree, flying and then living in San Francisco, he discovered a passion for photography. Many years later he is in demand shooting interiors, architecture and lifestyle projects. His aim is to make images that are modern and relaxed yet timeless and his work has been published worldwide in such magazines as Australian Gourmet Traveller, Vogue Living, ELLE Decoration UK, Town and Country US, Food & Wine, Bon Appétit and Conde Nast Traveller UK and US. 2– Tom Blachford Blachford is a Melbourne-based interiors, architecture and travel photographer. His work has been featured widely across the internet and he is in demand for his clean, graphic style. He is currently obsessed with moonlight, desert modernism and…

4 min.
melbourne design week

Now in its third iteration, Melbourne Design Week (MDW) again took centre stage in the Victorian capital with a plethora of events throughout the city, as well as the regional hub of Geelong. This year the offering of more than 200 talks, workshops, tours, exhibitions, installations and other happenings was a cornucopia of delight to appeal to every design palette. With the theme of ‘Design Experiments’, the overarching idea was about dissecting the way in which we live with particular focus on sustainability, reuse of resources, connectivity with our land and fostering better design for the future. It was a big idea that was explored with vigour over the 11 days that is MDW. Not merely content to present design as the latest chair or table (although there were some…

2 min.
home sweet home

Of all the events presented in Milan during Salone del Mobile week this year the most colourful and quirky was Missoni’s Home Sweet Home by artist Alessandra Roveda. The event was situated on via Solferino in the Brera district and the covered walkway that led through to the entrance did little to prepare the visitor for the extraordinary installation that was inside. Home Sweet Home was a woolly fantasy of ‘home’ that reinterpreted the idea of everyday life, with each and every item covered in multicoloured crochet. From the fixtures and fittings through to the furnishings and objects, ubiquitous items such as plates and food, even animals and a bicycle, were either covered or made from crochet. Only the walls and floors escaped the woolly treatment and the end result was…

4 min.
jul–sep 2019

1- Femmage Art Gallery of South Australia, SA 25 April – 1 September Referencing the Sally Smart artwork, which in turn references an earlier generation of feminist artists, the word ‘Femmage’ was coined by Miriam Schapiro to describe the use of traditional women’s techniques in contemporary art making. The exhibition, drawn from the SA collection includes works using combined or collaged materials, including paint, fabric, photography and found objects, with each work making reference to women and identity. There is a keen sense of social, political and personal enquiry in each of the works with exceptional pieces from Sarah Contos, Julie Fragar, Jacqui Stockdale, Caroline Rothwell, Annabelle Collett, Ali Gumillya Baker and many more. Ali Gumillya Baker, whose work is shown, was born in 1975 and is of the Mirning people, Nullarbor…

6 min.
designwall

Mariana Hardwick, South Melbourne boutique Adam Kane Architects Set with the task of redefining bridal retail, Adam Kane Architects has created a new, contemporary boutique for Mariana Hardwick in South Melbourne, Victoria. The new showroom was required to be both elegant and refined, and the concept also sought to reimagine the luxury shopping experience. It was imperative the design of the new store helped to strengthen the future direction of the Mariana Hardwick brand and, most importantly, showcase the design of the new-season . gowns To achieve this, Adam Kane, director of Adam Kane Architects, took his design inspiration from museums and European luxury boutiques, places with a more pared back aesthetic. The design utilises a simple yet refined palette complemented with a fresh take on the typical bridal store layout. The design…