Home' Scoop Homes and Art : Insite 28 Autumn 2011 Contents DESIGN shows
When DesignEx launched in
Perth late last year as part of the
a nn ual DesignBUILD event, Scoop
Publishing’s Home & Design Ser ies
set up a stand with seating by Table &
Chair Company and pulled together
a group of local experts to talk trends.
Speakers included: Lauder & Howard
Antiques and Fine Art’s Matthew
Lucas, who talked about design
periods and style-setters relevant
to today; Table & Chai r Com pany’s
Joseph Merlino introduced us to the
passion behind his growi ng bra nd;
Kat sui Design’s Robyn Kidd looked at
the Vitra Hom e philosophy; Design
Institute of Australia Fellow Karel
Wohl nick spoke on crea ting a strong,
visible design community (see his
story in the previous issue of Insite,
p118, a nd also online a t scoop.com.au);
Ultimo Interiors’ A ndrew Thornton
Hick talked about latest looks and
innovations; Retreat Design’s Denny
McCrisken and Steve Johnson
talked kitch ens and bathroom s;
Scandinavian Wallpaper & Decor’s
Ann-Louise Jansson took us into the
world of wall trea tme nts; La min ex’s
John Gelavis spoke on the latest
colour pal ettes; Myare e Cera mic s’
Maryanne Moss informed on the new
surfaces for 2011 and beyond; and
Showroom reva mp Tile B outique’s new headqua rters w ill launch in Osborne Pa rk .
The flagship designer showroom w ill feature exciting displays of mid- to top-e nd
collections focused on new tile technology from Europe, plus impressive nine-metre-
long Kerlite workstations for designers (pictured above). We l ove FAP ’s Brillante: its
s upe r-shiny sur face gives the appea ra nce of ma rble (see more p72). 46 King Edward
Road (cnr Collingwood Street), O sborne Park (08) 9244 2422, tileboutique.com.au .
Store rebrand MST Mediterran ean C eramics has rebra nded as Cera mo an d
sexed up its digs to celebrate. Its revamp has give n its showroo m a more lifestyle
focus with mo re displays u sing new-release tiles for 2011. 19B King Edwa rd Road,
Osborne Pa rk 1800 557 874, cera mo.com.a u.
The latest designs, trends and more are
on display at the 2011 Design in the Park on
March 25 – here’s a taste of what to see
DESIGN IN THE PARK
IN THE PARK
Get up to date on the latest in European trends when Hülsta’s international markets manager Jörg Lenhard and export
manager Jutta Busen land at Ultimo Interiors. Rolf Benz’s export manager Markus Acker also returns with the latest news
from the German sofa specialist. Expect to hear about Hülsta’s new releases for 2011 and the trends behind their emergence.
They are also in town to introduce us to Simia – a chic solution for living spaces that mixes the beauty of natural wood with the
drop-d ead sophistication of lacqu ere d or colour ed glass . 4 Hutton Street, O sborn e Park, (08) 9201 2479, ultim ointe riors .com .au .
The Dynamic Space Kitchen-Test-Drive experience at Blum in Osborne
Park lets you create the kitchen of your dreams, thanks to life-sized
cabinets that you can move about until your kitchen feels right. 3/50
Howe Street, Osborne Park, (08) 9443 9728, blum.com.au. Mea nwhile
Design in the Park-ers will get an early try at Crosby Tiles’ digital
selection tool, with more than 3000 tile products to mix and match.
46 Hector Street, Osborne Park, (08) 9446 6000, crosbytiles.com.au .
DIY KITCHEN & BATHROOMS
We say thank you to those who took part in the
first-ever Scoop Home & Design Series Talks
Hülsta’s Simia units, featuring
Black Magic glass.
kitchens at Blum.
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Australian Institute of Architects
WA Chapter President Rod Mollett
facilitated The ‘Green’ Debate,
which saw Troppo’s Adrian Welke,
Craig Steere Architects’ Julie de
Jong and Woodhead Architects’
Jacqui Preshaw and John-Paul
Davies talk responsible architecture.
We thank the people who gave their
time to bring to life our Home &
Design Series talks.
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