Last month we collaborated with Custom Mad on a photo shoot in a Sydney terrace house designed by Claire McCaughan.
Taking a range of pieces from Object Shop, designed and made by local Australian makers, shows how beautifully handmade objects can be incorporated into your home.
Creating your home with things that have meaning and value for you is even more important today when we are spending so much time at home during lockdowns. Handmade objects can add functionality, decoration, value and interest to those special places we call our own.
All the works in Object...
Helen Earl explores the interface between form and function, nature and object. By incorporating found objects into her work, she provokes thought and reflection about how we interact with both the natural and object-laden world.
Much of her exploration of ideas for work comes from walking and gathering found objects, usually nature’s flotsam, in her environment.
Concepts for new work begin with the experiential, the moving about and exploring of a natural space. This experience is then expanded or framed by narratives of culture, history, science and the environment.
Image Credit: Helen Earl, Ceramic Cups, 2020. Photo: Courtesy...
Rina Bernabei has been working in ceramics for the past two years and has brought her industrial design experience to this new materials palette, working in both 3D printed ceramics and hand thrown, hand built pieces.
Rina has worked in design studios in Sydney and Milan. In 2002 she co-founded BernabeiFreeman. Rina has also worked as Senior Lecturer in Industrial Design at the University of New South Wales for 25 years. Her award-winning work has been featured in many exhibitions both locally and internationally, most notably at the Milan Furniture Fair and the Milan Triennale.
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