• Tag: joinery


    Refurbished Heritage Apartment in Madrid Photographed by Juan Baraja.

    2nd July

    It’s always a tricky thing, negotiating a contemporary brief with an existing heritage space. While many designers might obsessively refashion a square peg for a round hole, revealing as little evidence of this process as possible, Spanish architect Francisco Javier Eguiluz takes the opposite approach. Instead, he expresses some of the incongruous quirks that result from this process. Dog legged floor finishes, new rooms that straddle over two existing rooms and the deliberate expression of demolished walls. This is a space that does not try to paper over its past.



    Gallery Post // Harbour Attic Apartment in Genoa, Italy by Gosplan Architects.

    27th June

    Harbour Attic Apartment designed by Gosplan Architects is a compact holiday dwelling sitting above an old fisherman’s harbour in Genoa, Italy.



    Flinders Lane Apartment by Clare Cousins Architects.

    20th June

    Flinders Lane Apartment by Clare Cousins Architects is an understated city pad designed for a young family. Located in a heritage-listed building in Melbourne’s CBD, the apartment is blessed with high ceilings and abundant natural light from windows along three of the four walls. The open, functional space utilises readily available, affordable materials to make the most of a small space and a modest budget. Plywood joinery was used to define spaces rather than build walls. The adults bedroom utilises 3 colourful sliding screens, which allow the room to be totally screened from the living room or opened up to allow the bed platform to be used as part of the living space.



    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.



    Gallery Post // Charlotte Perriand’s 1934 Miami Beach House by Louis Vuitton.

    8th April

    Charlotte Perriand’s Miami beach house was designed in 1934. Eight Decades later Louis Vuitton built it for a Design Miami 2013 satellite exhibition.



    Introducing Valcucine Italian Kitchens at Rogerseller.

    12th March

    On March 1st 2014 our friends at Rogerseller officially launched Valcucine kitchens into the Australian market, and I’m here to tell you all about it. Hooray! Valcucine have been designing and manufacturing products for 30 years, based on the four fundamental rules of eco-compatibility. This consistent focus has elevated Valcucine to be one of the most respected and sought-after kitchen manufacturers in the world. Not only this, the ‘New Logica’ is a revolutionary system designed to improve the interaction of Man with the Kitchen. In other words, this is the most ergonomically designed kitchen system. Ever.




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