Bondi Semi – a touch of white 2018

  This light filled North Bondi Semi was a ground up rebuild, retaining the original footprint and creating a seamless flow from entrance to lounge. Custom day seats and built in dining benches for flexible function and visual linking of the spaces. This family of 4 can now enjoy the transition from indoor to out […]

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So what is wabi – sabi…

Recently an Insta follower commented on a post I made of mossy pavers – ” embrace the wabi – sabi”. I was intrigued and decided to delve in further. It seems I am a little slow on the lingo around town as I found endless articles online about wabi – sabi.  Japanese, wabi – sabi […]

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white white or white…..selecting colours for your space

The time has come to select your colour palette for your space. The builder has advised they need the colours pronto! You stand in front of the colour chart at the paint store and a wave of overwhelming colour blur sets in as you stare vacantly at the myriad of whites…..   You had imagined […]

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Cafe Design

This quirky little cafe serving Israeli Style Street food was in need of an upgrade.   Working in collaboration with the owners we created a Moroccan/Israeli vibe with the detailed featured tiles across the wall and doorway reminiscent of the old streets in Jaffa. The open style kitchen and hanging pots and pans add to the […]

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Interiors…The must have list…..

I have built several houses over the last 10 years and made several huge design errors along the way. These, shall we just call them ” stuff ups”  have led me to this list of essentials. The must have list…   STORAGE  -storage storage storage…. let this be your mantra from the very first design/ planning […]

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All that is blue….

I have discovered that I am obsessed with blue.  I took a tour of our home and seems my realisation was accurate, here is what I found….   I am not too concerned at this stage  ….I think!  My unintentional blue obsession began quite a few years back when I began painting. I was drawn to […]

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