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Why we mustn’t forget about drainage

  Drainage maintains a simple albeit vital purpose: to ensure water, once no longer needed, is efficiently and effectively removed from the property. Any unanticipated water incursion could spell disaster for vulnerable building interiors, ruining porous wall and floor materials, causing irreparable damage to building foundations, and offering fertile breeding ground for mould and pests. This is why we need to pay attention and get it right, first time around. According to Australian Associated Motor Insurers Limited (AAMI), water infiltration remains among the chief causes of interior damage, with millions of dollars borne by Australians in clean-up and repair costs every year. As such, the selection of quality drainage is crucial not only to the wellbeing and amenity of building occupants, but to the integrity and value of the building as a whole. Yet it seems all-too-often the specification and implementation of drainage is left too late in the construction process – or, worse still, overlooked entirely. 19159866_65a_style_pool_edge With poor untimely drainage selection having costly implications for owners, placing the home or building at undue risk of ruinous inundation, it is important that you plan ahead. And as Australians confront the looming threat of climate change and an increased incidence of extreme weather events, the importance of quality drainage solutions becomes even more pronounced. With a bit of research and the right advice, you can ensure a reliable and consistent drainage solution that offers not only seamless installation options, but long-term cost benefits and maximal amenity for occupants. As one of Australia’s most respected drainage manufacturers and suppliers, Stormtech is committed to delivering the highest quality drainage solutions for today’s unique building projects. Their specialists work closely with specifiers, architects and builders to offer tailored drainage solutions, including bespoke drawings and plans for customised drainage designs for all Australian environments. Stormtech stormtech.com.au  abc
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Design Hunter Guide to Current Exhibitions

Above: Nadine is dressed and styled by her mother Justine to be photographed in the tradition of her former place of residence The Democratic Republic of Congo Doonside | African/Australians, by Louise Whelan   1 | TONEE MESSIAH Bad Seed A-Thorn-To-Bring-Down-An-Army A Thorn to Bring Down an Army 2015. Oil on Linen. 106 x 91cm. Rock-And-Bait Rock and Bait 2015. Collage, watercolour, pencil and gouache on cooton rag. 72 x 57 cm. Swamp-Bed-2 Swamp Bed 2 2014. Oil on rag. 28 x 28.5 cm. What: A colourful collection of mixed media works by honours graduate (2004) Tonee Messiah. The rather large, bold pieces address the fears and anxieties in realising the independent chaos that exists beneath the skin, busy and abstract yet calming at the same time. Where: Gallery 9, 9 Darley street Darlinghurst When: 18th February - 14th March 2015 Cost: FREE
  2 | Myths and Other Objects by Blakeborough + King Blakebrough-+-King_WingBackCarbonChair54738 Criteria_Blakebrough-&-King_Landscape-Tray_Mesa_07 Criteria_Blakebrough-&-King_Kite-Stool_black_01 What: Criteria’s first exhibition with Blakeborough + King. The exhibition will showcase the meticulous attention to detail, clean aesthetic and wonderful sense of imagination that has been the trademark of Blakebrough + King during their decade of collaboration. Where: CRITERIA, 66 Gwynne Street, Cremorne When: 27th February - 27th March 2015 Cost: FREE
  3 | African/Australians, by Louise Whelan Benny-parades-his-new-suit-in-the-tradition-of-the-Sapeurs-from-his-birthplace,-The-Democratic-Republic-of-the-Congo,-Must-credit-Louise-Whelan Benny parades his new suit in the tradition of the Sapeurs from his birthplace, The Democratic Republic of the Congo, Louise Whelan Nadine-is-dressed-and-styled-by-her-mother-Justine,-to-be-photographed-in-the-tradition-of-her-former-place-of-residence,-The-Democratic-Republic-of-Congo,-Doonside,-Must-credit-Louise-Whelan Nadine is dressed and styled by her mother Justine to be photographed in the tradition of her former place of residence The Democratic Republic of Congo Doonside, Louise Whelan What: Louise Whelan’s new series African/Australians documents newly settled African communities in Australia from Sudan, South Sudan, The Democratic Republic of Congo, Sierra Leone, Burundi, Liberia, Senegal, Ghana and Rwanda. Photographed over 11 years across NSW, Western Australia and Queensland, Louise captures the vibrant energy of African colour palettes and patterns within the Australian suburbs and landscape. Confident with colour, style and stance, subjects pose proudly identifying with both African and Australian culture. Where: Customs House, 31 Alfred Street, Circular Quay When: 27 January – 22 March 2015 Cost: FREE
  4 | Summer Group Exhibition: Contemporary Australian and Indigenous Painting PrinceofWales_Bodymarks Bodymarks Prince of Wales Paddy-Bedford_Fish-Hole Fish Hole by Paddy Bedford Ben-Quilty_Gerards-Garden-Night Garden Night by Ben Quilty What: The exhibition comprises works from a Private Collection in Sydney, alongside paintings by LSG’s gallery artists. Where: Liverpool St Gallery, 243a Liverpool Street East Sydney When: 14 February - 26 March 2015 Cost: FREE
  5 | Light Show Anthony-McCall,-You-and-I-Horizontal,-2005-©-the-artist-2015,-Image-cour.. Anthony McCall You and I Horizontal 2005 © the artist 2015 What: A major survey exhibition exploring the phenomenal aspects of light and its versatility as a sculptural medium. With almost 20 installations and sculptures by international artists from the 1960s to the present, Light Show brings to Sydney some of the most visually stimulating artworks seen in recent years, with installations re-created specially for the exhibition. Where: Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) When: 16 April-5 July 2015 Cost: $20 Adults, $15 Concessions, $50 Family, $10 Youth, FREE for children
  6 | The Golden Age of China: Qianlong Emperor (r. 1736–1795) EXHI030696_RGB Giuseppe CASTIGLIONE. Italian 1688–1766, worked in China 1714–66. CHINESE (court artists). Imperial Banquet in the Garden of Ten Thousand Trees 清人画万树园赐宴图 Qing dynasty, Qianlong period 1755. Coloured inks on silk. 221.5 x 419.0 cm (image and sheet). EXHI030697 Giuseppe CASTIGLIONE. Italian 1688–1766, worked in China 1714–66. Portrait of Qianlong Emperor in ceremonial court robe 清人画弘历朝服像轴 Qing dynasty, Qianlong period 1736. Coloured inks on silk What: An exhibition that tells the story of China’s foremost art collector Qianlong (pr: Chen-long) Emperor, one of China’s most successful rulers and longest living emperor of the Qing dynasty (1644-1911). It features over 120+ priceless trinkets, paintings, jewellery, treasures and artworks kept under lock-and-key at the Palace Museum, Beijing (you can’t even see these in China!) Where: NGV International When: 27 March – 21 June, 2015 Cost: Fees apply
  7 | Miles Hall: A comprehensive collection of paintings Quinteros-Hall-20140625-_MG_2639 Quinteros-Hall-20140625-_MG_2678 What: A must see show of Miles Hall’s work. Throughout his extensive career as a painter, Queensland artist Miles Hall engages in minimalist bold works of colour. With the approach of painting as construction, elements of drawing and sculpture are evident in his work. 'As an artist I have always been fascinated by the relationship between touch and vision. Subsequently, I find the process of painting remarkable - it provides a very tactile experience where the eyes, hands and body work simultaneously to generate form. While working, I aim to transform my selected pigments into a dynamic experience of space, gesture, colour and surface. It is hoped that these paintings eschew immediate definition in order to linger-on in an unnamed expanse'. – Miles Hall When: 19th February – 14th March Where: Badger & Fox Gallery, 201 Albion Street, Surry Hills, NSW 2010 Cost: FREE
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Habitus Loves: Showers & Baths

Above: Falper Handmade. Available from Rogerseller. 1 | Vivid Twin Shower on Rail with Diverter Phoenix-Vivid-Twin-Shower-Matte-Black-V726-MB The Vivid Twin Shower in Matte Black adds chic style to any bathroom space. With a 5 function hand piece and 230mm overhead rose, this shower integrates beautiful design with practicality. The top inlet fits to existing plumbing which also makes it easy to install. Available from Phoenix Tapware
  2 | Wallpaper by iB Rubinetterie lfestyle small Wallpaper is a sleek and streamlined concealed shower column that saves space and looks good. WIth thermostatic valves, it has three shower functions that can be used simultaneously. Yes, this is luxury showering. Available from Paco Jaanson
  3 | Raindance Select Overhead Shower by Phoenix Design 19159870_hansgroheraindanceselect_overheadshower_selectbutton Untitled-1 19159866_hansgrohe_showerselect_concealedthermostat_ambience3 We all have our individual sources of strength that help us to get going in the morning, to relax in the evening, and to recharge our batteries after sporting activities. The new Raindance® Select E 300 lets you choose how, giving you the choice between strong Rain jet and soft RainAir spray types. The strong Rain jet of the overhead shower rinses out every trace of shampoo, or envelops you in a soft RainAir curtain of drops – a simple click of the Select button is all it takes to change the spray type. And cleaning is just as easy as choosing your favourite water form: thanks to QuickClean, limescale deposits are simply removed by rubbing over the flexible Available from Hansgrohe
  4 | Croma Select by Phoenix Design 19159866_hansgrohe_cromaselect_s_handshower_basic_vario_multi 19159870_hansgrohecromaselect_e_handshower The new Croma Select Range of Showers with Select Technology means your ideal shower experience comes at the touch of a button. Hansgrohe SE, the sanitary fixtures specialist based in Germany’s Black Forest region, has set new standards in price and performance with its innovative Croma Select range. It now features Hansgrohe’s clever Select technology, allowing a choice of sprays at the touch of a button. Easy handling, a generous rain spray, and new jet types make for a more enjoyable and pleasurable experience in any bathroom. Showerheads are available in two different designs, round (S) or square with rounded corners (E). Available from Hansgrohe
  5 | Falper Controstampo CONTROS_03 The Falper Controstampo Copper Freestanding Bath & Pedestal Basin is designed with an industrial expression. The collection represents a new way of interpreting the bathroom environment through a look which hides nothing. Available from Rogerseller
  6 | Falper Handmade Handmade1 The Falper Handmade Freestanding Bath is a stunning piece of design, made in matt Ceramilux. Uniquely elegant and refined, the collection is inspired by the irregular shapes of the manual processing of ceramics. Available from Rogerseller
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A Private Residence In A Very Public Space

  “The key to this home’s success lies in the way it addresses the urban setting around the edges, offering a space that truly feels like a private retreat for its inhabitants,” says architect Shane Plazibat, Principal of Plazibat Architects. Partly borrowed from the Japanese architectural idea of Engawa, where an internal verandah turns towards an internal space, the “whole scheme evolved around creating an internal courtyard.”   West-End-House-Plazibat-Architects-Photogrpahy-Alicia-Taylor-Habitus-Living-02 West-End-House-Plazibat-Architects-Photogrpahy-Alicia-Taylor-Habitus-Living-03   The internal courtyard then serves as the heart of the house, providing a visual connection to the kitchen, family areas and semi-private space on the upper level, encouraging interaction throughout the dwelling.   West-End-House-Plazibat-Architects-Photogrpahy-Alicia-Taylor-Habitus-Living-04 West-End-House-Plazibat-Architects-Photogrpahy-Alicia-Taylor-Habitus-Living-05   This feeling of interaction and warmth is underpinned by a calm interplay of materials and textures in the courtyard, where a tiled wall joins a timber deck floor that flows out onto a landscaped garden, which reflects the well-crafted design Plazibat Architects are known for.   West-End-House-Plazibat-Architects-Photogrpahy-Alicia-Taylor-Habitus-Living-06 West-End-House-Plazibat-Architects-Photogrpahy-Alicia-Taylor-Habitus-Living-07 West-End-House-Plazibat-Architects-Photogrpahy-Alicia-Taylor-Habitus-Living-08   Owners Hakim and Claire say Plazibat Architects provided a unique outcome and designed a spacious home that has exceeded their expectations. “We love the sense of space we have in the house,” says Claire. “The courtyard is really the feature of the house - it gives it the light, green space and privacy we need.” “The house provides the best of both worlds. It is spacious whilst being located in an urban environment,” adds Hakim.   West-End-House-Plazibat-Architects-Photogrpahy-Alicia-Taylor-Habitus-Living-09 West-End-House-Plazibat-Architects-Photogrpahy-Alicia-Taylor-Habitus-Living-10 West-End-House-Plazibat-Architects-Photogrpahy-Alicia-Taylor-Habitus-Living-11   Plazibat says realising his idea to maximise space in the home required a great deal of trust from the client. “It took an adventurous client to run with a scheme that involved sacrificing space for the internal courtyard, but it really did change the whole dynamic of the house,” he says. “The internal courtyard truly maximises natural light and cross ventilation throughout the whole house while acting as a thermal chimney, drawing hot air out in summer.”   West-End-House-Plazibat-Architects-Photogrpahy-Alicia-Taylor-Habitus-Living-13
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Caesarstone’s new Marble Inspired Calacatta Nuvo™ Design

  18637005_herbs_landscape   This large-scale design will bring timeless elegance to many interiors. Calacatta Nuvo™ works beautifully with a range of complimentary materials including crisp modern white cabinets, stainless steel and simple wood grains. Likewise it brings the classic marble luxurious marble look to both transitional and traditional kitchens and bathrooms with its polished gloss surface.   18637029_bathroom   Caesarstone caesarstone.com.auabc
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Small Bathrooms Call for Big Ideas

With a small bathroom, such as an ensuite or guest powder room, or separate lavatory, attention to every detail is crucial. These confined spaces need to be carefully planned for practicality and movement (no sharp corners for the user to bump into!) and to create the illusion of space when there is in fact very little. When designing a small bathroom (and the need for these are increasing as house sizes are decreasing) think clean lines, simplicity, lack of clutter and pattern and slim-lined fittings that do not inhibit movement. Every detail needs to meld harmoniously in order to create a sense of seamless luxury. And you don’t need to be a master illusionist to achieve all this. Thankfully, clever manufacturing considers the market needs and comes up with elegant, finely crafted products specifically designed to maximise small bathrooms for big design impact. A case in point is Falper’s Lavamani range of washbasins designed specifically for bathrooms of modest, even minute, dimensions. The range offers a variety of washbasin designs made from Ceramilux, an innovative material that allows unprecedented levels of slenderness. The wall-hung semicircular or rectangular basins sit independently, rather than being set into a basin unit, giving a floating appearance that enhances the sense of space. A range of complementary accessories, including Iroko wood shelving so there is somewhere to place soap and other essentials, and matt white brass tubular toilet roll/towel holders, is also available. Other options include a timber tap shelf attachable to the curved or rectangular basins and a timber shelving unit that can be attached beneath the 120 Rectangular Matt Ceramilux Basin. By specifying the Lavamani range for small bathrooms you can ensure your next bathroom design will be flush with success. Falper falper.it Rogerseller rogerseller.com.au bathroom_ideas_habitusliving bathroom_ideas_habitusliving bathroom_ideas_habitusliving bathroom_ideas_habitusliving bathroom_ideas_habitusliving bathroom_ideas_habitusliving  abc
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6 Bathrooms that Feature Tiles

Above: Brandling street Home by Elaine Richardson Architects / Photography by Florian Grohen   1 | Neutral Bay House, Sydney 10 Downie North Architects / Photography by Felipe Neves Full story here
  2 | Balaclava House, Balaclava 27176727_9of10 ArchiBlox / Photography by Tom Ross Reece basin. Tiles by National Tiles.
  3 | Wiston Gardens House, NSW LR-WG-258-HR Luigi Rosselli Architects / Photography by Justin Alexander
  4 | 1960s House, Auckland Corinth St addition by Daniel Marshall habitusliving Daniel Marshall Architect / Photography by Simon Devitt Full story here
  5 | Brandling Street Home, Sydney Elaine-Richardson-Architects-Habitus-Living-14 Elaine-Richardson-Architects-Habitus-Living-13 Elaine Richardson Architects / Photography by Florian Grohen Full story here
  6 | CUBO House, Melbourne 140423-21-Alfred-Cres-1168 PHOOEY Architects / Photography by Peter Bennetts Full story here
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Habitus Loves: Basins and Vanities

Above: Kartell by Laufen Sanitaryware by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba. Available from Reece.   1 | Lotus Unknown-9 Unknown-11 Unknown-10 Boffi's Lotus is a traditional shaped washbasin, perfect for creating a simple yet elegant look. Making it comfortable and easy to use, the base has a smaller diameter. The set is completed with a mirror. Available from Boffi
  2 | Oval single stone vanity Oval-single-vanity-apaiser-image_creditLaurenBurns_photoStevenPam The fully integrated and free flowing Oval Single Vanity, manufactured in apaiser's luxury stone composite material, is available in lengths of up to three metres. Adaptable to the design constraints of any bathroom, this statement in stone adds a touch of pure luxury to any space. Available from Apaiser
  3 | Issy B4 Vanity by Stephen Royce for Formed 19159869_b4-draw-oak-1800-dd 19159867_formed260314-38432_w2 Inspired by Scandinavian minimalist style, Stephen Royce has designed the beautiful B4 Vanity. It's an integrated custom bowl unit mixed with a Victorian Ash Ply Vanity and pays close attention to ratios and proportion. Made with Corian®, which is perfect in bathrooms and can be used with any material, the piece embodies the concept of unified design, bringing beautiful warmth & Texture to the bathroom. Floating gracefully, the linear wall-mounted design creates a natural sense of space & freedom. Available from CASF Australia
  4 | Kartell by Laufen Sanitaryware by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba 19159866_9 19159868_13 Kartell by Laufen was the vision of Italian designer couple Ludovica+Roberto Palomba. Using LAUFEN’s revolutionary new ceramic material, SaphirKeramik, the couple have designed an exciting new range of basins. Along with the wider range of toilets, a freestanding bath, a freestanding basin, vanity units and cabinets, and bathroom accessories, they are a tribute to innovation and iconicity that we have come to expect from the LAUFEN and Kartell brands. Available from Reece
  5 | Bespoke Basins Gardner-Rd-Ensuite-Bthrm-011 Trending away from bulky cabinetry and unnecessary bathroom clutter, designers can specify a bespoke basin stand from Hawthorn Hill which offers wonderful space and light in a small room. Available from The English Tapware Company
  6 | Perrrin & Rowe Contemporary Tapware 4468 4506 With its timeless sleek design, the Perrrin & Rowe Contemporary tapware range is perfect for a range of vanities and bathroom designs - working to create a modern look in this Hawthorn project. The quality of the fittings is exceptional, guaranteeing many years of trouble-free use. Available from The English Tapware Company
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The Importance of Nature in Design

Above: 'Nuvolette' wallpaper from Cole & Son, Fornasetti II collection. Available through Radford.   It's a concept that reflects design as a response to human behaviour, and can be applied to the home as a whole. As Dominique Brammah of Arent&Pyke says, "The home is a nurturing place for us to rest and renew, to celebrate the ever-present connection of human beings to nature through a sense of enclosure."   1104_Alexandria 'Alexandria - Lapis' Wallpaper and Fabric from Designers Guild. Available through Radford.   Through design, we can support this, seeing trends not just about aesthetics but about people, what they want and what they need. "A richly layered interior is about creating a consciousness of contrasts between being inside and out; dark to light, warm to cold, loud to quiet, exposed to sheltered. Nature has an endless palette to call on for inspiration, a library of textures, patterns, and motifs. Nature informs the moods of interior spaces; their qualities of light, their warmth, their tactility and their familiarity to human hands."   97-4014-Chiavi-Segrete 'Chiavi Segrete' wallpaper from Cole & Son, Fornasetti II collection. Available through Radford.   Adopting this way of thinking is Cole & Son, Christian Lacroix, Designers Guild, Mr Perswall and Liberty Art Fabrics. Their fabric, wallpaper and cushions are a way to bring a sense of nature inside, for its importance in nurturing well-being. "The popularity of using nature as an element in product design has grown," says Sales & Marketing Director at Radford, David Marks. "However, it is certainly not a passing trend, I think its a reaction to the way we live. We recognise (and or appreciate) the calming impact of nature more than ever, given the time we now spend in offices and small apartments, most of us crave a bit of greenery."   CL_15595_JARDIN-EXO'CHIC 'Jardin Eco'Chic- Bougainvillier' digitally printed fabric by Christian Lacroix for Designers Guild. Available through Radford.   With advances in technology, like digital printing, the reality of bringing photographic images onto wall panels is achievable. With new technology, "it's easier to replicate these natural elements in product design and thus in the home," as is clear in the vibrancy of Mr Perswall, for example, or the velvet Christian Lacroix prints.   E022601-0_MrPerswall 'Green Wall' mural by Mr Perswall. Order online mrperswall.com.au See a creative photo shoot featuring Radford in Habitus 26, out now. Habitus special issue – Kitchen & Bathroom on sale 5 March. Radford Furnishings radfordfurnishings.com Arent&Pyke arentpyke.com abc
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ACCOMMODATING SIZE WITH SPACE

  Although there are many perks to residing and adapting to city lifestyle, there are those who prefer a calmer pace of living to escape the congestion and simply have more 'space'. In some areas outside of the city region, space can mean freedom and flexibility when it comes to the design of residential dwellings; where the architecture is not only unique in style but grand in scale. As a result, occupying large interior spaces can naturally lead to a demand for custom made furniture and projects that the mass market cannot offer.   18772326_hl-image4-simpsonproject   Such was the case with Sydney based designer Christel Hadiwibawa from studio ChristelH, who was recently commissioned to design and make a one-off dining table for a young family residing in Cobbitty, located near the prestigious country town of Camden in Sydney's South West. The brief was simple; create a contemporary dining table to match the proportions of the clients’ spacious dining area that will cater 12-14 people. "When the client first approached me about the project, what was interesting was not only the size they wanted but unusual tweaks to the design, such as their request for the ends to accommodate two seats making the table exceptionally wider than the standard dining table. But this is what made the project quite exciting, it was different." Hadiwibawa states.   18772323_hl-image1-simpsonproject   After the client approved the final design concept, the finished table would measure 3m in length and 1.5m wide. Made from solid American Walnut, the under frame outer rails were constructed to mimic an ‘I’ beam profile that would accommodate the weight of the solid top. Two additional legs were also implemented at the center of the under frame structure to relieve pressure on the outer legs. The central legs would not hinder leg room due to the width of the top, yet aesthetically provides a symmetrical balance to the overall look and feel of the table. Finely sanded back to 400 grade and finished with natural oil, the project was built and completed on site, as suggested by the client. "It was nice to step away from my usual form of work where our studio now outsources most of our design production to local manufacturers. This project enabled me to revisit my early university days of fine woodworking where we learnt to trust our hand skills to get the job done with minimal aid from the machine. It is a slower pace of working, which in some ways is therapeutic. But when you reach completion, you end up with a piece you can be pleased with, and more importantly, a piece that your client is pleased with." concludes Hadiwibawa.   18772327_hl-image5-simpsonproject  
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Rogerseller’s new range is about Wellbeing

  Habitus' Kitchens & Bathroom special (on sale 5 March) has let us explore, in depth, these central rooms. What has struck us, is how much these two, once purely utilitarian spaces, have evolved. Bathrooms, especially across the Habitus region, are developing into sanctuaries of wellbeing in the home, and kitchens have reaffirmed themselves as social and familial hearths. These changes reflect the increasing sanctity of time, both for ourselves and for our loved ones – so often compromised by fast-paced, technology-saturated lifestyles. This ethos is at the core of Rogerseller’s new entire home living solutions. Their belief is that their products should be not just beautiful and functional, but that the process of selection and installation should be as easy and efficient as possible – ensuring their clients’ time is saved for what really matters.   19159865_img_144784   As part of their expansion, a few months ago Rogerseller added the revolutionary Italian kitchen artisans, Valcucine, to their offering. The announcement of another new arrival from Italy – Lema – is just as progressive. Lema’s strong tradition of craftsmanship and attention to quality is reflected through its beautifully crafted wardrobes, living and furniture systems, and is completely customisable – allowing the individual to create a living environment that reflects their unique way of life. This level of personalisation is part of what makes the growing Rogerseller family of brands stand out. Their commitment to looking at cultural changes and responding to what we value has led them to explore the true meaning of luxury. In what has been described as the ‘age of anxiety’, time is precious; it offers us perspective and allows us to appreciate. True luxury, as they discover, is often defined by being able to own your time.   19159866_10   Rogerseller has offered timeless, design-inspired products for bathroom for over a century, now Rogerseller expand into the entire home. It’s time to look again at Rogerseller. Rogerseller rogerseller.com.auabc
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LIVING EDGE HOST STELLAR SHOWROOM OPENING

  The event was an absolute stellar occasion, playing host to several international guests from Living Edge brands including: Herman Miller, Walter Knoll, Established&Sons, LaChance and E15, not to mention the 400+ odd designers, architects and key industry figures. Bespoke Wine bar, Champagne, Oyster Bar, and even a string quartet was featured in the space, but the real coup of the evening was the vast impressiveness of the showroom itself; certainly a new jewel in the design industry’s crown and undoubtedly one of the best events of the year! [gallery ids="41399,41400,41401,41402,41403,41404,41405,41406,41407,41409,41410,41411,41412,41413,41414,41415,41416,41417,41418,41419,41420,41421,41422,41423,41424,41425,41426,41427,41428,41429,41430,41431,41432,41433,41435,41436,41437,41438,41440,41441,41442,41443,41444,41445,41446,41447,41448,41450,41451,41452,41453,41454,41455,41457,41458,41460,41461,41462,41463,41464,41465,41467,41468,41469,41470,41471,41472,41473,41474,41475,41476,41477,41478,41479,41480,41481,41482,41483,41484,41485,41486,41487,41488,41489,41490,41491,41492,41493,41494,41495,41496,41497,41498,41499,41500,41501,41502,41503,41504,41505,41506,41507,41508,41509,41510,41511,41512,41513,41514,41515"] Living Edge livingedge.com.auabc