Posts in Furniture
Ridge Collection by Bee Line Design

We met Lucy Grant and Adam Brislin in 2017 when Beeline Design did collaboration with Felix Furniture and we were delighted to see them again in the lead up to the launch of The Ridge Collection, their new work inspired by the rich dairy-farming land of south-west Western Australia. We had a quick chat with them about this project, their journey to get to this point and where they hope to go in the future!

Enjoy!

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Marta Figueiredo of Figgoscope Curates

Fresh from her win at the 2018 Melbourne Fringe Furniture Awards where she picked up The Most Experimental Design Award for her iconic Totems, we had a quick chat with Marta Figueirdo about her works, materials and her design journey.

As well as being an architect, Marta produces a unique and delightful range of furniture and objects, bringing her love of quality materials, colour and rich textures together to great effect.

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Nancy Ji // Front Centre winner

Fresh from her win at DENFAIR’s Front/Centre design competition we had an interview with architect and designer Nancy Ji, creator of the Archie table. Nancy joined us via Skype from Japan where she is currently travelling, learning Japanese and doing research for future projects.

Nancy is a high achiever, as a registered architect and Bates Smart alum and winner of various design competitions, and we’re sure you’ll enjoy learning a bit more about her design journey below!


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Schiavello Melbourne Retail Showroom

Schiavello has just launched its new retail furniture line with the opening of a new retail showroom in Melbourne’s Southbank. Located at ground level at Southbank’s Prima Tower, the warm, light-filled space showcasing local and international design by Schiavello and MAP features interiors by award-winning designers, Hecker Guthrie. Clean lines, layered volumes and an assemblage of textural materials (leather, velvet, glass, timber) create balance and a distinctively architectural approach.

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Michael Gittings Studio

The words “copper-plated steel furniture” conjure up images of sleek lines and smooth, shiny surfaces. Michael Gittings however has taken this technique and created organic, sculptural furniture that is rich in texture and almost unendingly complex. Through playful experimentation he has refined his technique and we were very happy to sit down and find out more about how he does it, and what inspires his work. 

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