Pretty Girl and Pretty Drinks
CLIENT:

The Elizabeth Bay apartment, Sydney

DATE:

June 2014

CATEGORY:

Residential , Home Space

ADDITIONAL INFO

In a very small space we were required to bring a dead area to life. Both the husband and wife drank wine, but she preferred cocktails and he, beer. So, we gave them everything they could ever dream about. Some antique cordial bottles (sourced Montmartre, Paris) , some PIMMS and Aussie Bickfords lime of course. Matched with a magnificently framed linen back Poster, Pilsner Urquell (one of our fav beers). Rack by West Elm, glasses Reidel.

SERVICES OFFERED

Interior design, Styling

“I see no reason why the artistic world can’t absolutely merge with Madison Avenue. Pop art is a move in that direction. Why can’t we have advertisements with beautiful words and beautiful images?”

– WILLIAM S BURROUGHS, (FEBRUARY 5, 1914 – AUGUST 2, 1997) WAS AN AMERICAN NOVELIST, SHORT STORY WRITER, ESSAYIST, PAINTER, AND SPOKEN WORD PERFORMER.


CLIENT:

Liverpool Street Design Studio

DATE:

January 2012

CATEGORY:

Buisness, Office Space

ADDITIONAL INFO

The project brief: Create a space where both clients and workers were made to feel at home

The project outcome: Two distinct areas separated the working environment. A 1930s 12 foot long mail sorting table was the main shared team desk space.

Materials: Australian industrial designers were the predominant focus including Dinosaur Designs, Fink, Design by Them, Desk lamps by FLOS, and Lumina.

SERVICES OFFERED

Interior design, Office Design , Kitchen Design, Kitchen Construction, Bathroom Design

“I see no reason why the artistic world can’t absolutely merge with Madison Avenue. Pop art is a move in that direction. Why can’t we have advertisements with beautiful words and beautiful images?”

– WILLIAM S BURROUGHS, (FEBRUARY 5, 1914 – AUGUST 2, 1997) WAS AN AMERICAN NOVELIST, SHORT STORY WRITER, ESSAYIST, PAINTER, AND SPOKEN WORD PERFORMER.