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Sustain Me: Contemporary Design

Jul 3, 2009
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_Sustain Me: Contemporary Design_ presents work by Australian and international designers creating and designing with a deeper understanding of sustainability.

Exhibition pieces range from furniture and jewellery made from post consumer waste, to the use of natural fibres and clay as renewable resources.

Sustain Me: Contemporary Design includes lighting Sustain me includes furniture, lighting, ceramics, jewellery, graphics, architecture and textiles by:
* Luisa Cevese: RIEDIZIONE (Italy)
* Anna Lise De Lorenzo
* Lisa Gasparotto
* Rebecca Green
* Green Life 21 Project: designs by Yoshikazu Hasegawa (Japan) and Prue Venables
* Nancy Walinyinawuy Guyula
* Steven Harrison
* Instyle Contract Textiles
* Andrew Maynard Architects
* Julie Paterson: clothfabric
* Elliat Rich
* David Trubridge (New Zealand)
* Mark Vaarwerk

30 July – 22 August 2009 | Opens Thursday 30 July, 6 to 8pm.
Ivan Dougherty Gallery, College of Fine Arts, The University of New South Wales
[“http://www.cofa.unsw.edu.au/galleries/idg”:http://www.cofa.unsw.edu.au/galleries/idg]

The refined elegance of the Single Curve Bar Stool

The Single Curve bar stool by Nendo is a refined adaption of Japanese minimalism cleverly fusing the traditional style of the Gebruder Thonet Vienna GmbH.

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