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INTERIOR INSIGHT | GORROW HOUSE BY MARIKA JARV






It has been almost 10 years since architect Marika Jarv designed the interiors of Gorrow House in Bondi. Yet they still stand strong and are a testament to her astute eye. As has been the case with a few of Marika’s projects over the years - she predated a trend. She was one half of PrintDollsthat created destination bus scrolls before they were endlessly copied. And here she created a bathroom...

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ARCHITECT LUIGI ROSSELLI







While Luigi Rosselli’s father designed bridges, as a child he created his own versions in Lego. Luigi says from about the age of eight, he knew that he wanted to follow in his father’s footsteps. “Growing up in Milan, my family was surrounded by architects and designers, who were revered as the weather makers of the Italian post-war boom,” he says. “I was also lucky enough to meet local artists...

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ARCHITECT AMEE ALLSOP







While working for renowned Australian architect Peter Stutchbury, Amee Allsopwoke up scared and excited to go to work everyday. It felt good, she says. “They were really impactful years for me, not just as a student of architecture but as a student of life,” she says. “It was blood, sweat, tears and such fun.” Amee grew up half in Australia and half in New York. She moved to the USA for the first...

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ARCHITECT ANDREW PATTERSON





Andrew Patterson founded his architecture studio on a simple yet strong idea. If a building feels like it belongs to a place - through environment, time and culture - then the people who live there, will most likely feel that sense of belonging too. His Auckland-based Pattersons Associates Architectsstarted in 1986, working on projects with this concept in mind. Since then it has grown to be...

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ARCHITECT ANDREW PIVA

 



While Andrew Pivastudied architecture and worked in various firms in Sydney, it wasn’t until he moved to Melbourne that he hit his stride. “I found like-minded individuals in Broderick Ely and Jonathon Boucher and that’s when I felt I was able to develop the types of projects I was interested in and it has been that synergy that has resulted in the most interesting work of my career,” he says....

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ARCHITECT POLLY HARBISON





"As a child I always enjoyed designing and making things, which generally made a big mess and drove my mother nuts!" says Polly Harbison. After spending most of her childhood living in the Southern Highlands in country NSW, she went to the University of Sydneyto study architecture and put her creativity to a new test. "As with any job there are good and bad elements, but when I am immersed in a...

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ARCHITECT RACHEL HUDSON








The experience of living in a home as a child designed by architect Peter Stutchbury had a profound effect on Rachel Hudson. Her parents slept in a pavilion in the bush while Rachel and her two siblings slept in the main house. “It felt normal at the time, but retrospectively it’s unusual,” she says. “That said, now I have two kids the concept makes perfect sense!” While she was studying...

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ARCHITECT KATHRYN ROBSON AND INTERIOR ARCHITECT CHRIS RAK





On Kathryn Robson’s first day studying architecture at university the lecturer warned that there were more architects driving cabs than working in their chosen profession. He told the students that if they were in it for the money then they might as well walk out of the room then. Kathryn was intrigued, and never regretted her decision. “It’s always felt right, and I’ve gone to work every day...

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ARCHITECT MEL BRIGHT







Melbourne architect Mel Bright of MAKE almost became an engineer, following in the footsteps of her “quite rational” family. However, she changed her university preferences at the last minute because of her love of art and design. “I realised that with architecture I could combine both the rational and the creative,” she says. While studying at RMIT, Mel says she started to find her own voice in...

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ARCHITECT + FURNITURE DESIGNER THERESA ARNS





















It was a good sign when Danish design company Menu and its head of design - from Norm Architects - met Theresa Arns and decided to put some of her designs into production straight away. The architect and furniture designer, who is based in Copenhagen but was born and raised in Cologne, Germany, had a few of her pieces selected for production, including a jewellery box, a turning coffee tableand a

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