27 SEP 2012

Objects and Interiors - Lookbook Spring 2012

It's hard not to be inspired when the gallery at 40 George Street is bursting with fresh design objects from Denmark and Germany.

Creating our own styled arrangements inspired us to consider what these objects would look like in an interior created by some of the world's best stylists. GERMAN CERAMICS / JULIUS SHULMAN STYLE Clean and sleek, meets actually lived in, meets adventurously modern, meets timeless style, and click! Picure perfect! JOHN CRICHTON / WARREN PLATNER STYLE Take some brassy attitude, and angle towards the new, add colour that pops, a dash of geometry, and finish with a subtle nod to 'deco' wonderfulness. ROYAL COPENHAGEN / SUSANNA VENTO STYLE A little matchy matchy, with lashings of brazen prints, accessories accessories accesslories, clean whites and brighter brights. MICHAEL ANDERSON / LO BJURULF STYLE Embracing true colour, enjoying luxurious textures, collecting odds, ends and treasures, collaborating with other arty sorts reusing and recycling. PER LUTKEN / GITTE KJAER STYLE The perfect combination of shabby and shiny, big picture and miniscule detail, personal and corporate, mass produced and bespoke, colour and monochrome.

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