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Inside issue 73: IDEA 2012 Shortlist Issue

Aug 30, 2012
  • Article by Online Editor
  • Designer

In this issue of (Inside) Interior Design Review

  • (inside) 73 is a very special IDEA 2012 shortlist edition, with a beautiful flip cover design showcasing the complete shortlist for this year’s Interior Design Excellence Awards. The front cover is Lionel Bawden’s 2011 Jewel Linking
  • Thomas Heatherwick and Heatherwick Studio: Designing the Extraordinary in London, in review
  • Sydney-based jewellery designer turned lighting designer Cinnamon Lee in profile
  • Profile on Sydney-based interior designers and architects Facet Studio
  • Editor Leanne Amodeo looks at three colourful, exciting artists: Amy Joy Watson, Lionel Bawden and Noël Skrzypczak
  • Lauren Bennett and Genevieve Fennel from new textile company Walter G in Sydney, interviewed by Heath Killen
  • Atticus & Milo’s Huntingtower; a suburban Melbourne interior and an exercise in homely comfort
  • Burley Katon Halliday’s Potts Point Apartment, an interior that speaks of refinement and elegance
  • TriBeCa Townhouse by Ghislaine Viñas Interior Design; a fearless approach to interior decoration producing a townhouse that is equal parts quirky, crazy and irreverent
  • Doherty Lynch’s Beach House; avoiding cliche beach house aesthetics in favour of a casually refined and impeccably stylish retreat
  • Lieu Thi Pham profiles Melbourne-based artist Sonia Rentsch
  • Brendan McKnight recounts his experiences at this year’s hugely popular agIdeas
  • Ryan Russell and Byron George, from Russell & George, share their ‘Top Five’ lights for the home

The original icon returns: Danish bar stool

The Danish bar stools were originally produced in the mid 1950s and are the first to be released in Workspace’s new 'Origin’s Collection'.

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