TIGERLILY, SYDNEY FLAGSHIP
TIGERLILY, SYDNEY FLAGSHIP

Interior Design

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INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE
INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE

Object Curation, Set Styling & Words | “Design should be led by the human experience. Allocate space most generously to the activities that are most important in your everyday life to give the ordinary things we do a special context rather than trying to fit too much in. Big bathroom or home office? Lots of bookshelves or a spare room for art? There’s no point designating spaces that will be used once a month. Spaces that aren’t used will develop an uncomfortable atmosphere.“

INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE
INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE

Object Curation, Set Styling & Words | “Inprint looks beyond pure aesthetics to explore the relationship between design and living. Here, a weekend escape to the spectacular Harry Seidler House in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales, featuring a considered curation of objects by Room on Fire’s Chloë McCarthy.”

INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE
INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE

Object Curation, Set Styling & Words | “Invest in quality craftsmanship. Perhaps the greatest luxury in our lives today is time. As such, we instinctively respond to items which have taken care and skill to make, whether it’s intricate stitching on a dress or handmade ceramics. It’s not the cost of materials that makes us feel a connection, but rather the way in which they have been treated from the time they are conceived, through to the making and their subsequent history.”

INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE
INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE

Object Curation, Set Styling & Words | “Collecting is not necessarily about amassing loads of stuff. It is often a process of reducing and refining object selection and placement within the home to give an extra dimension to your experience of life.“

INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE
INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE

Object Curation, Set Styling & Words | “Embrace current design objects alongside well-worn ones. Mix the relaxed, with the precise. A space or arrangement that stirs emotions and triggers memories is the most evocative.”

INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE
INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE

Object Curation, Set Styling & Words | "As in life, a home is in a compelling state of ebb and flow. A truly liveable space is open to change. The design of the spaces we love should allow us to add a bit of our personalities and be capable of adapting and evolving over time.”

INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE
INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE

Object Curation, Set Styling & Words | “Design is more than something purely visual. The power of smelling, hearing and touching, can inform our experiences and emotions more than sight. Spaces that engage physically literally ground us, help us to focus on the present and make us more aware of our environment. The more virtual our world becomes, the more we need the physical.”

INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE
INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE

Object Curation, Set Styling & Words | “The chance of creating beauty is greater if you don’t work on it directly. Beauty is often driven by practicality.“

INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE
INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE

Object Curation, Set Styling & Words | “Good design should serve as a background for life. It should make the normal special rather than creating the sensational. Good homes let nature in.“

INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE
INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE

Object Curation, Set Styling & Words | “Good design is considered. Transcend trend in favour of classic and enduring pieces and materials that will age, develop a patina and become more beautiful with time, use and wear. There is beauty to be found in things that are imperfect, impermanent and incomplete.“

INPRINT #6
INPRINT #6

Words

RANDWICK  RESIDENCE | ATTIC BATHROOM
RANDWICK RESIDENCE | ATTIC BATHROOM

Interior Design

TIGERLILY, SYDNEY FLAGSHIP
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INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE
INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE
INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE
INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE
INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE
INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE
INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE
INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE
INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE
INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE
INPRINT #6
RANDWICK  RESIDENCE | ATTIC BATHROOM
TIGERLILY, SYDNEY FLAGSHIP

Interior Design

INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE

Object Curation, Set Styling & Words | “Design should be led by the human experience. Allocate space most generously to the activities that are most important in your everyday life to give the ordinary things we do a special context rather than trying to fit too much in. Big bathroom or home office? Lots of bookshelves or a spare room for art? There’s no point designating spaces that will be used once a month. Spaces that aren’t used will develop an uncomfortable atmosphere.“

INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE

Object Curation, Set Styling & Words | “Inprint looks beyond pure aesthetics to explore the relationship between design and living. Here, a weekend escape to the spectacular Harry Seidler House in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales, featuring a considered curation of objects by Room on Fire’s Chloë McCarthy.”

INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE

Object Curation, Set Styling & Words | “Invest in quality craftsmanship. Perhaps the greatest luxury in our lives today is time. As such, we instinctively respond to items which have taken care and skill to make, whether it’s intricate stitching on a dress or handmade ceramics. It’s not the cost of materials that makes us feel a connection, but rather the way in which they have been treated from the time they are conceived, through to the making and their subsequent history.”

INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE

Object Curation, Set Styling & Words | “Collecting is not necessarily about amassing loads of stuff. It is often a process of reducing and refining object selection and placement within the home to give an extra dimension to your experience of life.“

INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE

Object Curation, Set Styling & Words | “Embrace current design objects alongside well-worn ones. Mix the relaxed, with the precise. A space or arrangement that stirs emotions and triggers memories is the most evocative.”

INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE

Object Curation, Set Styling & Words | "As in life, a home is in a compelling state of ebb and flow. A truly liveable space is open to change. The design of the spaces we love should allow us to add a bit of our personalities and be capable of adapting and evolving over time.”

INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE

Object Curation, Set Styling & Words | “Design is more than something purely visual. The power of smelling, hearing and touching, can inform our experiences and emotions more than sight. Spaces that engage physically literally ground us, help us to focus on the present and make us more aware of our environment. The more virtual our world becomes, the more we need the physical.”

INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE

Object Curation, Set Styling & Words | “The chance of creating beauty is greater if you don’t work on it directly. Beauty is often driven by practicality.“

INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE

Object Curation, Set Styling & Words | “Good design should serve as a background for life. It should make the normal special rather than creating the sensational. Good homes let nature in.“

INPRINT #3 | THE WORLD WE MAKE

Object Curation, Set Styling & Words | “Good design is considered. Transcend trend in favour of classic and enduring pieces and materials that will age, develop a patina and become more beautiful with time, use and wear. There is beauty to be found in things that are imperfect, impermanent and incomplete.“

INPRINT #6

Words

RANDWICK RESIDENCE | ATTIC BATHROOM

Interior Design

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