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Her Genuine Love Of Her Work Is Evident In Her Projects
Chosen For Not Only Their Sophisticated Aesthetic But Exceptional Durability In A High Use Environment.
The Stella Collective on their drive to create projects that instill genuine happiness and their relationship with Artedomus which culminated in a project described as “a love letter”.
The Artedomus Expert Series The Local Project
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The Artedomus Expert Series draws upon the wealth of knowledge within the company, delving into the most frequently asked questions on their products and materials.
Presented In Both Its Raw And Refined States, Visitors To The Exhibition Can Engage With The Material B
The Installation Is A Landscape For Its Visitors To Explore
For Melbourne Design Week, New Volumes™ ℅ Artedomus is the subject of a collaboration between Fiona Lynch and Thomas Coward, exploring the ancient history of Artedomus’ Elba™ .
In A Home That Introduces The Inhabitant To Narratives Large And Small – Of Materials, Of Moments, Of Place.
Through Living In The Cottage And Working On The Land, The Design “unfolded Over Time”, Says John.
The international award-winning restoration of John Wardle’s 1830s cottage on Bruny Island stays true to the modesty of the original dwelling, reconnecting the new with the narrative of the old.
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We speak with creative director Thomas Coward about his approach to the collection, the ambiguous, sculptural qualities of the pieces and how New Volumes pushes the boundaries of a single material.
Prahran Residence by Luck Bock - Project Feature - The Artedomus Series
Prahran Residence by Luck Bock - Project Feature - The Artedomus Series
The Prahran Residence by Lucy Bock transforms a Melbourne Edwardian house into a light-filled ‘forever home’ for a young couple, creating a calming, timeless interior.
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