Gentle moments and quiet spaces, all of these homewares and furniture pieces coalesce in harmony.
Arent & Pyke’s new book – Beyond the Primary Palette – reveals a deeply rich and layered collection of exceedingly well-crafted interiors.
Kitchens and bathrooms continue to capture our attention as the key spaces of a home, and these ones are not only especially good looking, they work very hard to provide comfort, retreat and relaxation.
Natural stone, glistening marbles and rich quartz have become synonymous with the language of interior design. We look at 5 projects that reveal the beauty of layered, textural stone in interior design.
When Arent&Pyke embarked on the renovation of this family residence in Neutral Bay, Sydney, their brief was for a basic re-work of the kitchen and bathrooms.
“Collaboration might be the most overused word of our time but maybe it’s just a grown up way of saying let’s play together,” says Sarah-Jane Pyke at the most recent Perspectives speaker event.
Iconic Sydney-based studio Arent&Pyke employ a solution-based understanding on design for entertaining to transform this Darling Point Penthouse into the ultimate living space for those who love to entertain.