• Design Free Thursday // Hand Coloured Photos of Japan from 1886.

    31st January

    There is something truly beautiful and mysterious about old photographs. For me, they are an endless source of inspiration and intrigue. Needless to say, I’ve fallen in love with these dream-like images of Japan from 1886, documented by Italian photographer Adolfo Farsari (1841-1898). Fasari’s work was highly regarded during his time, particularly for his hand-coloured portraits and landscapes like the ones I’m sharing with you today…



    Weavings by Mimi Jung of Brook&Lyn.

    30th January

    Mimi Jung is a Brooklyn-based jewellery designer and style curator who runs a blog/ online shop/ design studio Brook&Lyn. She recently applied her sharp eye and impeccable taste to weaving a series of wall hangings for which she uses silk, cotton and wool yarns, mixed with unexpected elements from nature…



    Faliro Loft by ése Studio // Athens.

    29th January

    I’m generally a believer in less is more, but this warehouse conversion by ése Studio Architects of Athens, is teaching me a thing or two. This part office, part apartment space is a texture and pattern mash-up party and everyone’s invited…



    Impossible Reality by Elenberg Fraser // 33 MacKenzie Street Residential Tower in Melbourne.

    25th January

    It’s certainly not every day that I come across a multi residential tower that makes me squeal with excitmenet. And by “not every day” I mean – hardly ever. Particularly when we are taking about our beloved country permanently stained by countless examples of poorly designed, uninspiring, plain f*cking ugly residential developments. Pardon the French, but this issue causes profound levels of frustration in me. Alas, we are here to celebrate the good instead of the evil. Needless to say, I was absolutely thrilled to discover the latest residential project by the formidable Melbourne studio Elenberg Fraser…



    Design Free Thursday // Bicycle Taxidermy by Regan Appleton.

    24th January

    Bicycle Taxidermy is an ongoing project by London-based designer, Regan Appleton, who preserves hipster cyclists’ retired handlebars. I must admit, at first I thought these looked a bit like trophies for sick drivers who’d run over cyclists, but I let out a huge sigh of relief when I realised I was wrong…



    Little Trace Of // Natasha Frisch.

    23rd January

    Sydney-based artist Natasha Frisch creates elegant and meticulous paper sculptures that challenge our perception of the built environment. Many of her works posses a chameleon-like quality, effortlessly camouflaging themselves into their immediate environment…




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