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Armadillo & Co: New Agra Rug Colours

Armadillo & Co has launched four new beautiful colours in their best selling Agra rug. The four new, unique colours – Anthracite, Juniper, Marlin, and Moonstone are from the popular Heirloom Collection. Each rug brings depth and dimension, with the flexibility to act as a feature or serve as a tonal background. Inspired by the exquisite alchemy of a single colour, the award-winning Agra rug captures the perfect imperfections that occur when placing only one material in the hands of skilled artisans…

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The Zimi Collection by Phoenix: Where True Style Meets Versatility

The Phoenix ‘Zimi’ Collection is designed to be customisable with 27 colour and finish options, that fall into neutral, pastel and metallic categories. The range includes a selection of bespoke of mixer taps, shower mixers and outlets, that users are encouraged to mix and match, to suit their preferred aesthetic and purpose.

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Design Awards by The Design Files

The innaugrual Design Files Design Awards serve to document and celebrate the designers shaping Australian contemporary culture right now.

This is a diverse awards program which recognises the huge variety of creative fields thriving in modern Australia. It’s the only awards program which celebrates the best in residential architecture and interior design, alongside innovative new work by Australia’s most talented furniture designers, craft practitioners, floral designers, textile designers, stylists + art directors and more.

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Dulux Colour Awards 2019 - Melbourne Projects!

The Dulux awards always feature an amazing array of talent and the 2019 nominees are no exception!
Finalists for the Dulux Colour Awards have been announced following a record-breaking 435 entries from Australian and New Zealand design professionals…
We’ve chosen a sample of the amazing work produced by the Melbourne-based nominees this year in both commercial, residential and public spaces. We hope you enjoy them.

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X-Materiality // Installation by Tsar X Byzantine X Luke

X-Materiality is a collaboration between TSAR x Byzantine Design x LUKE Furniture as a result of various installations displayed in the TSAR Carpets showroom and Luke Furniture showroom, both located on High Street in Windsor.

Through thoughtful collaboration and experimentation, different materials from each specialty industry represented by Byzantine Design, TSAR Carpets and LUKE Furniture have been brought together for the first time and being placed in novel, unexpected settings.
We particularity like the range of textures, layer and colour combinations to carry a ‘deep sea’ them through each setting. The blending of materials transitions smoothly with the eye, creating organic and curious experiences to engage, delight and push design boundaries.
The installations are engaging and inspiring, the result of playful collaboration and experimentation between three leading interior suppliers passionate about local design. All items displayed here are for sale, or can be custom made to order.

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Say Hello to Jardan's New collection: Studio

We welcome ‘Studio’ the newest collection by Jardan. A thoughtful collection designed to be practical and flexible in a home-office environment or professional studio. 

The collection offers a great range of options and and customisation such as different finishes and configurations. We particularly like the use of timber throughout the collection which brings much appreciated warmth, and the softer fabrics more akin to home furnishings rather than harsher, utilitarian materials often found in office furniture. These design choices bridge the gap between work and home environments creating durable and functional furniture that also looks beautiful and feels great.

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Lucy Glade-Wright says goodbye to Art Deco gem

Our good friends at Hunting For George let us know that founder Lucy Glade-Wright is sadly saying goodbye to her beautiful Art Deco apartment in Armadale. 
This gives us the chance to have a peek behind the iconic facade designed by architect Stuart Hall in 1940 and see how Lucy has made this well-loved heritage building her own. 

Externally, Lucy has transformed the property with a fresh paint job in crisp white, and returned the building to its former glory with a Palm Springs inspired garden now wrapping around the curved block. 

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