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    e15 Ferdinand Kramer Collection at Living Edge.

    23rd October

    Earlier last year at Salone Internazionale del Mobile, e15 unveiled an exceptional collection of re-editions by renowned modernist German architect and designer Ferdinand Kramer®. Working closely with Kramer’s family and the archives, twelve iconic pieces from various creative periods were showcased from 1925 to 1959. The good news is that the two coffee tables from this stunning collection are now available in Australia exclusively through Living Edge…



    Yellowtrace Spotlight // July 2013.

    1st July

    G’day diggers! Happy New Financial Year and welcome to the July 2013 edition of Yellowtrace Spotlight. In this month’s design news you can read about a beautiful residential project in Sydney by Mury Architects, brand identity & environment project in Fremantle by Sydney-based End of Work; new gear from Herman Miller, Living Edge, Insitu, Tide Design and Catapult; upcoming art shows by MaricorMaricar at Koskela, and Toby Burrows at Black Eye Gallery…



    Yellowtrace Interview on Living Edge Blog.

    20th February

    Hi guys! I just wanted to let you know about a little interview with yours truly over on the Living Edge Blog last week. I was chatting to Skye about my career, the path that lead me to the creation of this blog, my creative process and approach to design inspiration, how much I love my mum’s food etc. If you like, you can read it here.

    Big thanks to Skye for having me and for organising such a lovely interview…




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