Home' Scoop Homes and Art : Insite 23 Summer 2009 Contents A world-class marina village by the sea
*Availability is subject to change without notice. Boat capacity varies for each lot; see Contract of Sale for further details. Images are conceptual only. Main image is a home at another marina development.
Port Coogee s island lifestyle is calling you. Enjoy a lifestyle like no other at Seaspray Island, with
stunning ocean views and your boat right at your back door. Seaspray Island offers a limited number of lots,
each with a private mooring envelope for boats between 12-15m*. Located adjacent to the future marina
precinct and just minutes from Fremantle there s nothing like it in Perth. To find out more call 13 38 38,
or visit the Sales Office on Orsino Boulevard, Coogee. Opening hours Wed 2 -- 5pm, Sat & Sun 1 -- 5pm.
Who said you can t live
on an island in Perth?
CALLING ALL INTERIOR DESIGNERS
The Australian Interior Design Awards is calling for entries for the 2010 program, which
closes on Friday, February 12. Celebrating excellence in residential and commercial interior
design from Australian designers and architects, the not-for-profit awards are co-presented
by the Design Institute of Australia, designEX and Artichoke magazine.
Now in its seventh year, the annual program includes 15 categories and generates many
thousands of dollars in publicity for entrants. Testament to its growing prestige, there was a
26 percent increase in entries in 2009.
As part of an ongoing initiative to decrease the program's impact on the environment,
from 2010 all entries will be submitted online -- registrations are now open at
interiordesignawards.com.au. Submissions will be accepted for projects completed between
September 1 2008 and December 31 2009.
SLEEK CHIC: Last year's winner of the Residential Design
Award -- Carr Design Group for Courtyard House, Victoria.
THE CODA TRAIL
Architects Kieran Wong and Emma Williamson from Perth's CODA Studio won the
2009 "Think Brick" About Face Award for their innovative design solution to youth
homelessness in Mandurah.
CODA was one of only six Australian firms invited to take part in this year's
awards and the only studio selected from Western Australia.
The 2009 About Face competition focused on the theme of socially responsive
architec ture, a brief which is perfectly in-synch with CODA's ambition to create
a ordable, relevant urban housing solutions and sustainable, intelligent designs.
For more on CODA's winning entry, visit coda-studio.com or check out
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