Tuesday 21 May 2013
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Watch the conversation with Pamela Easton and Lydia Pearson of Easton Pearson – the fourth in our Habitus Conversation Series.
This week’s Temple & Webster profile is with Michael Bechara; David Clarke sits down with the Surry Hills-based Interior Designer to hear about his origins, his practice, and what the future holds.
The next Temple & Webster profile on Australian Interior Designers sees David Clarke catch up with Hamish Guthrie and Paul Hecker, founding partners of Melbourne-based interior design studio Hecker Guthrie.
For the second instalment in the Temple & Webster series of profiles on Australian Interior Designers, David Clark interviews Hare & Klein’s Meryl Hare.
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