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HOMES & ART
Home and Design Series...
World’s Best Homes
hat an amazing time to take over as editor. After
eight years at Scoop Publishing, including five as
style editor across several titles, this is my first
edition as editor of our leading quarterly homes
and design magazine.
While many homes titles continue to cut back on print
and editorial, we continue to invest in superior content and
increased space, and as a result we have been rewarded with a
rapidly growing local and overseas circulation.
Recent trips by staff and myself to explore the art and design
scene in Shanghai and Hong Kong have inspired us to renew
our focus on the Asia Pacific. We are at the very beginning of
what has been tipped to be the century of Asia, with expanding
wealth creating new markets and interest in Australian design
and the arts. The scope for collaboration and opportunities for
Australian business, designers and artists is endless.
Closer to home, now is the time to experiment with art, bold
interiors, and exciti ng new textures and prints. We introduce
you to a number of ways to inject life back into your tired abode,
with our ‘wish list’ of Hot Products (pg50). The new trend is
personal – it’s all about you – and the season is about creating
a space that reflects who you are while embracing change and
new design and hues.
This is reflected in the stunning West London home (p150),
where bright colour is the primary focus. An inspiring art deco
home in Toorak (p162) provides an outstanding juxtaposition,
successfully pairing classic whites and metallics. These are just
a few of the stunning international homes providing inspiration
for your ultimate personal space. At the same time, showcasing
this year’s Australian Institute of Architects award winners
(p88) demonstrates why Australia has secured its place as a
world leader in residential and commercial design.
And amidst all this international design and glamour, our
major feature this edition is the not-so-humble granny flat. As
our major cities continue to densify, the ‘home in the backyard’
has become a major design focus and for many, an architectural
Enjoy this edition of Scoop Homes & Art.
Clare Ryan | Editor
“Inject life back into your tired abode... the
new trend is personal – it’s all about you.”
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