13 October, 2014

The Edit – Spring/Summer 2014

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Fans of ‘The Edit’ should savour this post as it will be the last for the year. We’re taking a break from our regular blogging schedule to concentrate on our busiest period – the race to Christmas. We’ll be back next year with our regular posts and series, but til then, thank you so much […]

3 October, 2014

Romanticism and Rebellion

If I was to describe my personal style, it would be classic with a twist of rebel. For me, it’s the best way to achieve the integrity of timelessness but still keep things interesting. Believe it or not, you want to create tension in your interiors between things oddly paired together that make for talking […]

26 September, 2014

The Possibility of Transformation

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It never ceases to amaze me just how much we can transform a space. The advantage that we have as designers to be able to imagine a palace when standing in an igloo is that we are not emotionally attached to the way things are in a house. We have no qualms about knocking out […]

19 September, 2014

Greta Grossman

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When the Danish brand Gubi first became available in Australia, the pieces we were captivated by most, were those by Greta Grossman. Strange, that these beautiful lights, desks and cabinets originally designed in the 40s and 50s, skilfully mixed luxurious walnuts with lo-fi laminates and felt familiarly modernist but were designed by a woman, quite […]

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