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(inside) interior design review

(inside) interior design review No. 102 (July/August)

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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Welcome to the third issue of inside for 2018. So much has been happening this year it has been challenging to keep up with events both here and overseas, but life is certainly not dull in the world of designers and architects. Issue 102 is a testament to the extraordinary talent inherent to practitioners across Australia. For your reading pleasure, we present a multitude of exciting projects that stretch the limits of fine design and encapsulate the word ‘comfort’ both practically and visually. Of course, luxury abounds with each project designed to optimally express site, client needs and end user. In Sydney, Woods Bagot’s West Hotel (p59) is the embodiment of style, presenting inner city accommodation for an ever-demanding public, while in Tasmania the new five-star pavilions at Freycinet Lodge by Liminal…

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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– Michelle Bailey Michelle Bailey is a Brisbane-based writer and graduate of architecture from the University of Queensland. She writes regularly for local and national publications about architecture and 3– Sarah Hetherington Sarah Hetherington moonlights…

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Bohemian Residence Luscious and eclectic, patterned, opulent and artisan, every project in this book is exceptional. Saffron walls, teal velvet, art galore and texture absolutely everywhere. Yet, none of these highly decorative flights of the imagination is executed in a cliché of excess. Rather, it is the incredible eye for weighing up detail and space that allows each of these homes to triumph. Hubert Zandberg’s apartment is a lavish discourse in texture and tone. Still in London, Tamara and Natasha Surguladze display everything at once, with Murano chandeliers lighting Memphis sculptures and a simply extraordinary marble and onyx screen. And, while the rooms have an eccentric air, there is also a minimalist sensibility at play in the precise arrangement of objects with materiality very much at the heart. Yellow sofas abound…

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innovation, bespoke art and luxury: king living’s latest releases

King Living has been at the forefront of Australian furniture design for more than four decades and, in a continuation of the brand’s history of innovation in modular technology, King Living is engaging in collaborations with premium designers and artists as the brand enters a new era. SOLIFIORE This year, the brand is introducing its first ever lighting range – the Solifiore range – designed in collaboration with Sydney-based designer Charles Wilson. Marking his fifth collaboration with King Living, Wilson has designed three iterations in the lighting series: Gymea, Protea and Arum, each featuring distinctive hand-blown glass heads, resembling giant botanicals. The Solifiore range was conceived to form clusters in a space, which look like giant plant-like shapes and forms. The lights have slender bronze stems of different heights that morph into conical concrete…

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san francisco decorator showcase

Each year at the end of April in San Francisco a special event is held that presents the work of the very best designers and design practices from the local area. This unusual and innovative event is the San Francisco Decorator Showcase and it has become one of the major happenings on the US design calendar. As an outstanding vehicle to support designers and raise money, the San Francisco Decorator Showcase is in a class of its own. The concept for the Showcase came about 41 years ago as an original idea from Nan Rosenblatt, an accomplished interior designer. Rosenblatt was also the mother of a student who attended the highly regarded University High School (UHS) and she was passionate about organising an event that would raise money for scholarships to…

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country road takes new home

Gray Puksand’s work for the first stage of the new David Jones and Country Road corporate headquarters has recently been selected as a Category Winner in the Large Office category of the 2018 Shaw Contract Design Awards, chosen from a pool of over 500 total entries submitted from 40 countries around the world. The Shaw Contract Design Awards recognise the creative vision of the architects and designers who inspire new ways of living, working, learning and healing. The Awards place a spotlight on a diverse range of talents from across the globe, celebrating design in action and purposefully rewarding the innovative and truly inspiring work being done by the architecture and design community. Gray Puksand has delivered the first stage of this exciting workspace project creating the new home for Australian fashion retail…