• Tag: brass


    The Collector’s Shelving System by Amuneal.

    27th May

    The Collector’s Shelving is a fully adjustable system of shelves and credenzas, designed by the high-end American fabricator Amuneal. Modular and flexible, the storage is designed to be configured for any space. I am especially drawn to it’s solid brass framework.



    Quirky Handmade Lighting by Antoñito y Manolín // Spain.

    30th April

    Antoñito y Manolín is a Spanish studio-workshop that designs and hand-makes furniture and accessories. Their newly launched lighting collection caught our eye in particular – it’s pretty freaking cool, no? The clean, understated aesthetic perfectly reflects the Antoñito y Manolín philosophy based on functionality, beauty and simplicity.



    Gallery Post // Alice McCall Melbourne by Wonder.

    4th April

    Alice McCall’s first Melbourne store by Wonder featured a bright palette of crisp white tiles, intricate gold detailing and luxurious fitting rooms.



    Exquisite Lighting by Apparatus Studio // New York.

    26th March

    Holy guacamole! Apparatus Studio’s lighting is absolutely ridiculous. As in ridiculously amazing. If I may paraphrase someone dear to my heart – “give me brass, black and white and I’ll drop my pants any-day”. My sentiments exactly! Here, aged brass, hand-etched glass, leather, porcelain and found objects are combined to an extraordinary effect. There’s a beautiful warm glow about these lights reserved only for the meticulously crafted hand-made objects. Handsome style and careful design create that elusive sense of balance between vintage and contemporary aesthetic.



    Pablo & Rusty’s by Giant Design // Sydney.

    24th January

    Smack bang in the middle of Sydney CBD, Pablo & Rusty’s by Giant Design is the cranked up version of Saxon Wright’s Lane Cove café. The flagship store is consistent in tone – it’s warm and industrial, and has the same sustainable and ethical ethos. The difference is in the stature – this roastery is grand.



    Ruyi Dumpling & Wine Bar by Hecker Guthrie // Melbourne.

    19th December

    Ruyi Dumpling & Wine Bar opened its fabulous Hecker Guthrie designed doors earlier this month in Melbourne. The 56 seater restaurant is a union of beautifully presented contemporary Chinese food, exceptional design and modern restaurant culture. Translating literally to ‘as you wish’, the name Ruyi derives from a Chinese heirloom symbolising power and good fortune. In typical Hecker Guthrie style, Ruyi interior is beautifully considered and highly resolved in it’s entirety. For me, the real strength of this project lies in all the special little details…




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