On the 9th Sept. Hermes is styling up a storm in it’s Elizabeth Street, Sydney Flagship store as part of Vogue Australia’s Fashion’s Night Out.
Chen Lu ( a Sydney-based designer and stylist ) created a rich themed window concept in keeping with the cosmpolitan direction of the “J’aime Mon Carre” scarf project launch in Australia . ( See our earlier article re this event linked here )
Sydney creative Director Ash Bolland gives life to a modern Micrographia at this years Sydney Opera House Lighting the Sails – a key part of Vivid 2017
“ I always see the Opera House as shells. People call them sails but I don’t see sails at all. To me it looks like a very organic, repetitive structure. That’s what I love about nature, the repetition, by repeating the same thing something simple becomes really complex.” ……………………. Ash Bolland
The designer’s love of what he does is perhaps best exemplified in the terracotta vases which complete the Gardenia collection. Simple and elegant, they look like they have leapt out of a child’s drawing thereby transforming an archetypical vase into something original and utterly charming.
The 18th Edition of the Exhibition-Event organised by Interni for the FuoriSalone 2015 was named “Energy For Creativity” takes place in the Courtyards of the University of Milan, from 13 April until 24 May.
The Exhibition-Event offers a space of experimentation with large scale installations, capable of activating disciplinary synergies; alongside the display of models and prototypes, micro-architectures, indoor and outdoor pavilions, luminous installations, video projections, there are also theme exhibitions, performances, conferences and encounters.
It is with enormous sorrow that we noted Sharrin Rees’ passing ( Sept 2016 in Sydney )
A pioneer in interior Architectural photography, Sharrin brought her unique eye for design and detail to every project lucky enough to be the focus of her gaze.
Sharrin did far more than take photos. She brought forth a look, a portfolio and statement of architectural signature unique to each practice. Her appreciation of the beauty of detail, the nuance of form and the elegance of light and colour that made her work so extraordinary.
Her photographic eye was always able to draw out both the monumental and minutiae of a project’s attributes, a talent that always resulted in beautiful images
The Architecture & Design community will miss her terribly and its members are honoured to have come under her sharp and beautiful gaze.