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Design Hunter Profile

Power to the People

Criena Gehrke is right at home as CEO of the Gold Coast’s Home of the Arts where she leads with a human-centred, democratic approach.

Ceramics with Mindfulness and Method

When self-taught ceramicist Eloise White scored herself a spot in JamFactory’s associate program, she cemented her name as one of Australia’s up and coming ceramic artists to watch.

A Journey To Find Her Voice

For Malaysian artist Chong Siew Ying the siren call of Paris proved to be not just irresistible, but also transformative.

Exploration Meets Craft With Shibori

Pepa Martin and Karen Davis explore Japanese textiles and printmaking, extending their creativity into artworks, wallpaper and prints – all under the moniker Shibori.

The Road Less Travelled

For furniture designer James Howe, the path that led him to where he is has been unconventional but no less adventurous.

The Polymath: Dolla Merrillees

Art historian, published author, museum director, cultural consultant and Global Emissary for SCCI, Dolla Merrillees’ talents and wisdom are wide-ranging. We find out how design and art influence this Habitus Design Hunter.

Hijjas Kasturi Is A Restless Type

Ostensibly retired, Hijjas Kasturi remains a defining figure in Malaysian architecture – for his iconic buildings and for the cultural and environmental philanthropy of he and his Australian wife, Angela.

Andrew Parr Is A Force To Be Reckoned With

Over the last 25 years SJB Interiors has become renowned for designing iconic places to eat, play, work, and stay. And for Andrew Parr, the man at the helm, the gig is far from over.