Monthly Archives: October 2012

  • A little light in our lives ...

    A little light in our lives ...

    To state the obvious, design and decoration is constantly changing.  For a time, different facets of design are sometimes elevated to the forefront of our industry and the products born from this proudly flood our market.   Always humbly plodding along, but never quite forgotten is the light.  From the most influential designs and...
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  • Sydney Opens Up ...

    Sydney Opens Up ...

    When one says ‘Sydney’ sometimes the mind just baffles.  There’s the obvious associations which come to mind; the Opera House, the Harbour Bridge, Bondi Beach, KE-ZU’s showroom... but what about the not-so-obvious or not-allowed-in gems that Sydney has to offer? This is where we welcome Sydney Open 2012 – kicking off on 2...
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  • Furniture Free Friday - Film Fanatic...

    Furniture Free Friday - Film Fanatic...

    Famous for so many reasons both positive and negative, Woody Allen is one of the world’s most famous men.  Love him or hate him, there are undeniable facts about Mr Allen that can’t be ignored. The most basic of which is that he makes quality motion picture. Woody’s voyage of self discovery through film has taken us from 1966 ...
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  • and...Showtime...!

    and...Showtime...!

    There’s something uniquely exceptional about the musicals of MGM, an era of film which provided the world with music, colour and escapism from the realities of a post-war world.  The world was looking forward and the future looked brighter and these films carried us (some of us, that is) with them.  Gene Kelly summed it up perfectl...
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  • Furniture Free Friday - The Inventions of Dr NakaMats

    Furniture Free Friday - The Inventions of Dr NakaMats

    If there’s a film quote which could sum up this entry, it could only be from ‘Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery’.  It goes like this: ...the kind of insane that only the genius possess and the insane lament. With the above paragraph as a premise, we are unsure where Yoshiro Nakamatsu a.k.a. Dr NakaMats fits into that...
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  • Lessening Degrees of Separation...

    Lessening Degrees of Separation...

    The surprise that is involved in the exclamation of “what a small world!” seems to be inconsequential these days.  Saying it in the design world seems to be almost redundant, our circle isn’t so large, and it’s most certainly not as large as we often tend to think. Noé Duchaufour-Lawrence, multi-faceted designer whose clien...
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  • Furniture Free Friday - Daydreamin'...

    Furniture Free Friday - Daydreamin'...

    Another Furniture Free Friday has rolled around and from the floor to ceiling double height glass windows of the KE-ZU showroom we can see some pretty dazzling sun.  Given that it’s Friday and the weekend is upon us, we’re entranced with the thought of lying on the shore with the sun on our skin and a good book shading our face.....
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  • KE-ZU's Garden of Eden

    KE-ZU's Garden of Eden

    Vondom is highly regarded for their work in outdoor furniture and lighting, specialising in rotational moulding. Taking solid forms and shearing them into bold, angular and geometric styles is the trademark of the Spanish company. Designed by Italian born and Spanish based and designer Teresa Sapey and causing quite a fuss in outdoor ...
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