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124 HOMES & ART SUMMER 2013
Seeking to blend traditional materials with modern features, designers are thinking laterally.
Hecker Guthrie reappropriates brick, timber and copper to great effect in this Melbourne
property. Straying from the traditional brick lay pattern, this chimney breast makes
a contemporary statement, while UK textile designer Patternity (with Toby Winteringham)
has provided a graphic edge to the plywood coffee table. E15’s Habibi side table is reminiscent
of oriental tea service, and the polished copper finish will patina with age.
This home was shortlisted for a 2013 Australian Interior Design Award for Residential Decoration.
Hecker Guthrie (03) 9421 1644, heckerguthrie.com; australianinteriordesignawards.com .
Australia has some of the most eye-catching
homes in the world. Take your design cues from
these Australian architects to give your abode that
certain something special.
WORDS Gabrielle Scott
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