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(inside) interior design review No. 107

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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editorial

Welcome to inside 107, and to the issue that showcases the very best in Australian design through the IDEA 2019 shortlisted projects and products. Every year the talent and expertise of Australian practitioners raises the bar in creativity, innovation and style; however, this year there was exceptional design in every category that will indeed make the judging process a challenging one for our illustrious jury. I know that we say this every year, but truly the sophistication and design prowess of our designers defies our expectations and places Australian practitioners among the world’s best (p110). To everyone who entered IDEA 2019 congratulations, and to the shortlisted, well done, you are in fine company. All that remains is to announce the winners at the gala party and enjoy ourselves in the process. As…

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(inside) interior design review

PUBLISHER Joanne Davies joanne.davies@niche.com.au +61 3 9948 4929 ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER Lachlan Oakley lachlan.oakley@niche.com.au +61 3 9948 4952 EDITORIAL Co-Editors Jan Henderson jan.henderson@niche.com.au +61 412 198 156 Gillian Serisier gillian.serisier@niche.com.au +61 416 025 195 Correspondents Queensland Michelle Bailey Asia-Pacific Sarah Hetherington North America David Sokol Europe Joy Weideman ADVERTISING Business Development Manager Tali Ben-Yehuda tali.yehuda@niche.com.au +61 3 9948 4953 DESIGN Editorial Design Hannah Lawless PRODUCTION Production Manager Stephanie Yang Design & Digital Pre-Press Karl Dyer Printing Southern Colour PUBLISHING Chairman Nicholas Dower Managing Director Paul Lidgerwood Publisher & Commercial Director Joanne Davies Head of Content Madeleine Swain Financial Controller Sonia Jurista SUBSCRIPTIONS Freecall 1800 804 160 Tel: +61 3 9948 4900 subscriptions@niche.com.au shop.niche.com.au FIND US ONLINE australiandesignreview.com @inside_magazine facebook.com/ australiandesignreview…

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contributors

1– Dion Robeson Perth-based architectural and interior photographer, Dion Robeson continues to work with award-winning clients from large multinationals to leading edge architectural and interior design practices. He has a great appreciation for natural light and the way it moves through well-designed spaces. 2– Ross Honeysett Ross Honeysett’s career began in London and Paris. Returning to Australia he worked with Vogue; however, his architectural photography stands alone with a campaign for Marc Newson’s G Star collection, NSW Tourism, LG and Grazia magazine. The National Portrait Gallery recently acquired his work and he was the winner of the Sydney Life Photography Prize. 3– Dianna Snape With a passion for the built environment, Dianna Snape has been documenting Melbourne’s urban landscape for over 18 years through her exemplary photographic practice. She works closely with architects, interior designers,…

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sep–nov 2019

[1] Bauhaus Now! Buxton Contemporary, University of Melbourne, Southbank, Melbourne 26 July – 20 October As the Bauhaus diaspora continues to influence artists, designers, architects and theorists, the Australian legacy has been rich. Highlighting the movement’s visionary, collectivist ideals and radical practices, the exhibition, curated by Ann Stephen, looks at current art experiments with Bauhaus origins. Artists, including Elizabeth Pulie, Mikala Dwyer, Justene Williams, Rose Nolan, Shane Haseman and Jacky Redgate, have made new works for the exhibition, while a group of six has created a series of woven wall hangings. Video works, installations and performance pieces round out the offering as does a significant archive. Wonderfully, the downstairs section will house a thistle garden. buxtoncontemporary.com [2] Dubai Design Week Dubai design district, Dubai 11 – 16 November Now in its fifth year, the DDW…

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est lighting showroom

Est Lighting was founded by three people, who, together with a passion for lighting, bring more than 15 years’ experience to the market. The brand Est Lighting was established in 2016, and the business is fast becoming a dominant player in the lighting sector, offering a curated mix of both architectural and decorative lighting products. We had previously collaborated with Est Lighting on other projects for our residential clients and so it felt natural to be given the task of designing the brand’s Melbourne showroom. It took some time to find the correct site for this project, as this was to be a destination trade showroom; however, the final location was serendipitously perfect, conveniently situated in Richmond, next door to one of Est Lighting’s represented brands, Articolo. The site presented many…

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george place

Seamlessly blending three flagship buildings, George Place by Fender Katsalidis is a sophisticated project featuring an expansive atrium space that is one of the largest in Sydney. Combining elements of urban design, commercial architecture and interior design, Fender Katsalidis has made a major contribution to the renaissance taking place around George Street in Sydney’s CBD by utilising architectural detailing and materiality. George Place reinvigorates a precinct of existing commercial buildings, marrying three separate buildings at the ground plane to create a cohesive outcome in a Heritage precinct. Rob Mirams, director at Fender Katsalidis, describes the new urban room for Sydney and its striking coffered timber ceiling. “The ceiling was designed specifically to combat heat gain and solar glare and also to improve the acoustics of the space,” says Mirams. “It’s a…

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