Home' Scoop Homes and Art : SHAA 34 Spring 2012 Contents 28 HOMES & ART SPRING 2012
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Chief controller Marin a Fiore
Editor Jessica Rule email@example.com
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Contributors Acorn Photogra phy, Adrian L a m be rt, A my Richa rdson, B everly Ligma n-
Smith, Charles Cunningham, Darren Smith, Emily Dimozantos, Emma Phillips, Ezequiel
Escala nte, Freedom Ga r vey, G eorgina Ba rker, H eathe r Robbins , Hello to Ja son Is a ac s,
Jenna Shenton, Jody D’Arcy, Joel Barbitta, John Rice, Kris Herbert, Mary Jo Hoffman &
Mark Andrew at Studio 306, Ross Wallace, Samantha Tatulli, Sharon Leece, Ted Snell,
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ur spring issue has been an interesting one for the team.
Lovingly put together during the harsh winter months,
it’s an ode to a season just out of reach – sunlight at the
end of the tunnel, if you will. Clichés aside, spring is
a time for celebration and renewal, so we’ve shaped this issue to
reflect positive energy and vibrant colours.
To set the scene, style editor Clare Ryan offers her pick of spring
style, inspired by the organic shapes, light woods and fresh white
surfaces of Scandinavian design (p44), as well as a playful take on
current trends – where you’ll see the requisite happy florals and
inspired brights that show their faces this time of year (p34).
Our homes, from p116, were chosen for their seamless integration
with the outdoor environment and their sunny dispositions. You
can feel the salt spray from the balcony of Tom Brooking’s latest
Cottesloe residence, and the breeze off the Swan River from DTDA’s
modern Bicton marvel. Architect Tim Wright shows how high
design can be achieved on a realistic budget in his own Cottesloe
home, and we travel to Uruguay to a stunning shore-side abode.
Lastly, a peaceful Minneapolis home offers a sense of respite for
an artist and her family, balancing nature-inpsired decor with a
Scandinavian aesthetic. From the art on the walls to the rugs on
the floors, each space reflects the energy and attentiveness of the
owners who have made them their own.
But spring is about the outdoors too. Enjoy Patricia Poynton’s
enchanting Margaret River garden in full bloom (p168), and with
expert garden advice and a sweep of the Landscape Industry
Association WA awards, the section is a who’s who of the industry.
Arts editor Jessica Matthews discusses why, despite living in a
‘boomtown’, West Australians are some of the worst philanthropists
in the world. She also profiles up-and-coming names to watch on
the art scene, as recommended by local experts.
Spring is the perfect time to get out into the urban jungle, which
is why we’re celebrating our city this issue with coverage of Open
House Perth, a peek into some of the most intriguing buildings,
offices, venues and residences in the city. We also point to the new
and exciting era in our city, heralded by the latest flurry of the
developments that cater to the people, such as Brookfield Place.
Claire Watkins covers the best in wet rooms and our
international team reveals the gems of the design scene in China,
the UK and Europe, and New Zealand, to inspire you to banish the
winter from your homes and embrace the season ahead.
Jessica Rule | Editor
“Despite living in a ‘boomtown’, West
Australians are some of the worst
philanthropists in the world”
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