dedece’s exclusive video interview with Tom Dixon at the Cinema
The fourth in the series of ” Dedece & Vola Celebrates ” was held at dedece’s Sydney showroom on Mon 22nd Sept, 2014
Previously Dedece together with Vola, had celebrated renowned Australian architects – (1) Glenn Murcutt, (2) Kerry Hill and (3) Alex Popov
This time around, Dedece together with Vola, and Artichoke magazine organised an intimate dinner for Sue Carr – to celebrate the career of one of Australia’s most successful and prolific Interior Designers.
Sue was honoured for her significant contribution to the advancement of modernist Interior Design and her ongoing Architectural interactions in Australia.
Sue Carr is an interior designer, educator and indefatigable promoter of the benefits of good design, she has worked throughout her career to raise the profile of Interior design as a worth-while and recognised profession.
With a career spanning more than four decades, Sue is synonymous with the evolution of interior design in Australia and has been long recognized for a contemporary aesthetic with a strong focus on detailing
With a reputation for innovation and progressive design thinking over 40 years, Sue Carr was awarded Australia’s highest interior design accolade – the Interior Design Excellence Awards Gold Medal for Interior Design, in recognition for ” the distinguished contribution made by an Australian designer to design culture over the course of their career. ”
George Freedman is an American-born interior designer who has made great contributions to Australian interior design culture over the past 40+ years.
He is a lover of vivid, varied and inventive colours. However whilst he is often stereotyped as a gifted colorist, with skill in the formulation of distinctive palettes, he also demonstrates a selective ability to manipulate essential form.
As part of Knolls 75th anniversary celebrations, dedece together with Woven Image invited special guests to an exclusive dinner and Q & A with George Freedman.
The third in the series of ” Vola Q & A Celebrates ” was held at dedece Sydney on Wed 13th March, 2013
The previous renowned Australian architects celebrated by Vola and dedece were Glen Murcutt and Kerry Hill. This time it was Alex Popovs’ turn to be roundly honoured
After a whirlwind tour of Asia, Tom Dixon landed in Sydney ready to “entertain invited colleagues of dedece” and to particpate in the now legendary, informal yet informative “dedece Q & A” dinner format
“Architecture is an old man’s profession,” says Alex Popov who has earned a reputation as a creator of elegant, restrained and peaceful houses.
His reputation is founded in his intuitive approach to design and his elegant, harmoniously-proportioned buildings. To his clients he offers a sense of what a house can be, and how architecture can play a positive role in their lives