Leather straps detail from the Terramar Armchair.👌🏽
Terramar marries the simplicity of modernist lines with a deep and low timber frame, with the opulent three-dimensional fabric of the extra large recliner cushion filled with duck feathers resting on reinforced leather straps for long durability. Designed by architect Marta Figueiredo and made in Melbourne by exquisite professionals in timber and upholstery. Terramar assembles high quality materials: leather, timber and 100% sturdy woven wool. “Terra” for “earth”, describes the firm rusty colour of the sitting base, while “Mar”, meaning “Sea”, alludes to the wavy blue pattern of the cushion and the delicate curvy timber joint connecting the arms - ainspired by a paddle.
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Photography by @jonathongriggsphoto
Introducing: Grimace vase and Funtasma candleholder from the Folkifunki collection by Jaime Hayon for Vista Alegre, the renowned porcelain company founded in 1824 in Portugal.
Hayon explores the boundaries between Portuguese folk culture and his own imaginative world, to create these unique pieces of art with character.
The inspiration of the details that constitute each piece comes from his vision of what Portugal is: iconic elements like the rooster, the fishes, the animals, as well as the countryside and the details of the tiles, all translated from Hayon point of view; full of fantasy, where imagination has no limits.
The shapes of the decorative pieces are folkloric, surreal, rural and with a dash of humour. Art and craftsmanship in producing the porcelain and applying decorations - watercolour, gold lines and details – make this a very special set.
The interaction with each piece is unique, different and exciting.
Hand painted porcelain.
Above: Lotus and Rosette by @iva.viana_sculpture
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Our interior design project for private technology college, @ga_sydney has been featured on @educationsnapshots who publish an array of educational design projects. Expanding and changing their premises, our brief was to appeal to young, tech-savvy, innovative students and break traditional learning model environments.