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DAILY IMPRINT

INTERVIEW | EMILIE DELALANDE







Sydney-based interior designer Emilie Delalande managed quite a coup for the first major interior project under the banner of her new studio, Studio Etic. She was given the opportunity to create the design for fashion designer Lee Mathews’ latest store in Armadale, Victoria. However, while her studio was new, Emilie had plenty of experience to draw upon. After moving to Australia from Paris in...

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INTERIOR INSIGHT | BELLEVUE HILL RESIDENCE BY TOM MARK HENRY







Award-winning Sydney-based interior design practice TomMarkHenry comprise Chloe Matters, Jade Nottage and Cushla McFadden.

Today they are sharing an insight into the interiors they created for a residence in Bellevue Hill. The homeowners wanted to modernise an Art Deco apartment while still retaining character features.

You can read more about TomMarkHenry in their original Daily Imprint interview.

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INTERIOR INSIGHT | DECO HOUSE BY AMBER ROAD DESIGN







Yasmine Ghoniem is a Sydney-based interior designer and director at Amber Road Design.

Read her Daily Imprint interview with her sister and co-director, Katy Svalbe, here.

Yasmine talks us through the design process for a house she worked on in Melbourne recently, the Deco House.

What was the starting point?The existing house was built in the 1930s, with an incredibly sweet heritage listed Art Deco...

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INTERIOR INSIGHT | O'GRADY ST BY CAROLE WHITING








Carole Whiting is a Melbourne-based interior designer.

Read her Daily Imprint interview here.

Here she talks us through the design process for a house she worked on at O'Grady Street in Melbourne, a project she worked on during her time at Whiting Architects.

Carole recently established her own design studio - Carole Whiting Interiors and Design.


What was the brief and the design considerations?The...

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INTERIOR DESIGNER ALEXANDRA DONOHOE






While Alexandra Donohoe entered the interior design industry via “the side door”, she took every step along the way to ensure she made it into the building. After missing out on a place in the interior design course she wanted to enrol in at university, she took a place in landscape architecture at UNSW. However, during the first year, after Alexandra fell asleep in the soil science class, she...

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INTERIOR DESIGNER + STORE OWNER TERRI SHANNON







After having her first child Terri Shannon changed. “I had this overwhelming feeling that I could take on the world,” she says. “Amazing what child birth does.” Since then in 2014 she has grown her interior design business, Bloom Interior Design, to include a homewares store, and more recently an online shop, Bloom & Co. The store front was opened in the main street of Williamstown, Melbourne,...

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INTERIOR DESIGNER GILLIAN KHAW







After receiving scathing advice from a sour interior designer, Sydney-based interior designer Gillian Khawwas determined to prove him wrong. When she first considered taking the leap from a career in finance, and asked this acquaintance for advice, she says his charming demeanour changed. He suggested Gillian would be better to contact the “housewives who dabble in interior design”, she says....

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INTERIOR DESIGNER ANNA-CARIN MCNAMARA







While Anna-Carin McNamara walked into the head office of Espritin Stockholm many years ago looking for work as a fledgling model, she left with ideas about working in interiors. “I was blown away with the design of the space and made it a task to find and work for the architect that designed it,” she says. That man was Rupert Gardner and she went on to work for the English architect, who was based...

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INTERIOR DESIGNER SUZANNE GORMAN







“I love the complexity and opportunity for problem-solving that working in interior design brings - it has never felt like the traditional notion of ‘work’ as an obligation,” says Suzanne Gorman. The world of interiors has always been a part of her life, she says. “My mother knows how to turn a house into a beautiful home - she has great style, which is all about colour, collected things,...

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INTERIOR DESIGNER CHELSEA HING








Even though Chelsea Hinghad worked at some of Australia’s most respected interiors firms, it was when she stepped out on her own in 2007 that she realised she would have to cultivate her own visual language. “I had to stand for something,” she says. “My work had to have a point of view. It took me a few years to really get a handle on those things but that early learning and level of thinking has...

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