Australian Design News April 2015| Yellowtrace

 

Welcome to the April edition of Yellowtrace Spotlight. What’s happening in the world of design this month, you ask? Loads of cool stuff, like three fab residential project in Melbourne, a Parisian-inspired steakhouse interior also in Melbourne, beautiful new products including lighting, tables, chairs and handmade rugs, a super cool contemporary design exhibition at Chatsworth, and a local art project you can’t miss. Enjoy!

 


 

Chatsworth Endgrain by Raw Edges | Yellowtrace

‘Make Yourself Comfortable At Chatsworth’ // Contemporary Chair Design Exhibition.

‘Make Yourself Comfortable at Chatsworth’ showcases the best in contemporary design displaying the work by leading artists and up-and-coming makers.


 

Dowel Jones Introduces Lord Sconce I & II | Yellowtrace

Dowel Jones Introduces Lord Sconce I & II.

Lord Sconce brass lights are the latest offering from Dowel Jones. Simple and understated, they look equally nice placed above your shoulder or your head.


 

Three Storey Melbourne Residence by Pleysier Perkins | Yellowtrace

Three Storey Urban Residence In Melbourne By Pleysier Perkins.

This three storey urban Melbourne residence designed by Pleysier Perkins utilises the existing shell of it’s former incarnation as a medical centre.


 

'Wolseley' Brighton Residence by mckimm | Yellowtrace

Wolseley Residence In Melbourne’s Brighton By Mckimm.

Wolesley residence by Mckimm is designed to cater for a family of five, welcoming an energetic social life with well considered entertaining areas.


 

Tower House by Andrew Maynard Architects | Yellowtrace

Tower House by Andrew Maynard Architects // Alphington, Victoria.

Andrew Maynard Architects has doubled the size of a house in Victoria by adding a row of skinny gabled blocks, intended to make the building look like a small village.


 

Entrecote by Flack Studio | Yellowtrace

Entrecote Parisian Steakhouse by Flack Studio in Melbourne’s South Yarra.

Originally planned as a 1 year pop-up, Flack Studio’s brief for Entrecote was to get creative with the existing features and recycling the previous fit-out.


 

BANG by Nicholas Gurney | Yellowtrace

BANG Street Food Restaurant by Nicholas Gurney in Sydney’s Surry Hills.

Bang restaurant by Nicholas Gurney pays tribute to the energetic blend of art & intellect, passion & poverty, love & hate that line the streets of Bengal.


 

Cloak Rugs | Yellowtrace

Leather & Bamboo Silk Rugs from Cloak.

With roots in Scandinavian design tradition, Swiss company Cloak offers a new collection of exclusive leather and bamboo silk rugs of the finest quality.


 

Legless Bar Stool by Josh Carmody | Yellowtrace

Legless Bar Stool & Pickapart Table By Josh Carmody.

Josh Carmody is a furniture designer & architect, whose most recent furniture pieces include the development of Legless bar stool & Pickapart table series.


 

New Range of Furniture & Accessories by Anaca Studio | Yellowtrace

New Range Of Furniture & Accessories By Anaca Studio.

New range of furniture & accessories by Anaca Studio uses sustainable timbers, materials & finishes, with each unique piece made to order in Melbourne.


 

50th Anniversary Revamped LC Collection from CASSINA | Yellowtrace

50th Anniversary Revamped Cassina LC Collection.

This year Cassina celebrates the 50th anniversary of the iconic LC Collection, along with the commemoration of the 50 years since Le Corbusier passed away.


 

New Series of Work by John Baird at Arthouse Gallery | Yellowtrace

‘Coastal Playground Paintings’ by John Baird on Show at Arthouse Gallery.

Coastal Playground Paintings by John Baird, are a stylised and mnemonic window into the artist’s childhood via the witnessed behaviour of his own children.


 

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