Positioned exclusively in the heartbeat of Sydney’s Potts Point, III Rooms Sydney is a series of three self-contained luxury apartments managed by Contemporary Hotels. Combining the perfectly imperfect European style apartment into discreet urban living spaces, each of the three spaces in this iconic heritage building have been designed, furnished and curated by a unique brand, and one of which is ours.
Designed by Soren Rose Studio, the 6,000 square foot Gramecy residence combines traditional Scandinavian design with industrial and cotemporary New York. With remarkable elements like a dark Verde Alpi marble wall sourced from the same quarry that Mies Van der Rohe acquired his marble from for the original Barcelona Pavilion, this project is thoughtful to the core. It bridges past to present with easy elegance and reflects a deep appreciation for context and detail.
In 2011 the Aarhus based Art Museum, ARoS extended their museum with the permanent exhibition 'Your Rainbow Panorama' by Olafur Eliasson - a spacious walk-around 360-experience overlooking the city of Aarhus. The Panorama has since its launch attracted thousands of visitors and in 2018, the museum decided to invest in the rooftop terrace underneath the rainbow, equipping it with the iconic outdoor Palissade Series from danish design-brand HAY.
In the northern part of Denmark hidden in a small forest not far from the ocean, you'll find the perfect outdoor getaway.
Løvtag Treetop Hotel is a small hotel, designed by the Berlin based Danish architect Sigurd Larsen. The hotel consists of three beautiful cabins, built 6-8 meters high in the tree-tops. Each cabin embraces the tree itself, which grows up through the middle of each fairy-tale like abode.
Earlier this year at DENFAIR, our Australian design brand, NAU, launched NAU 2019, the newest collection of furniture and lighting by a collective of Australia’s most talented and spirited designers.
Here, we present the collection through a series of images by the ever-talented and long-time collaborators with Cult, Heather Nette King (styling) and Mike Baker (photography) against the backdrop of Church Space and Courtyard House by Kister Architects.
Internationally renowned designer Hee Welling joins us tonight at RMIT in Melbourne for the first installment of our designer talk series – In Conversation With Hee Welling. Lead by the experts at Inside Magazine, our Q&A with Hee will delve into the history, design processes and cultural influences of one of the most iconic contemporary Danish designs in the world.
In anticipation of these sold out events, we spotlight a selection of our favourite local projects that have placed the About A Collection, one of Welling’s most well-known collections for HAY, center stage.
Known for impeccably designed kitchen, bathroom, bin and accessory collections, renowned Danish design brand VIPP has launched its most comprehensive product collection since 1939 – a full range of furniture, accessories and soft furnishings comprising sofas, chairs, tables, pillows, blankets, rugs and homewares.
Danish design brand VIPP is rooted in the manufacture of industrial objects, favouring function over form with a distinct minimalist and timeless aesthetic. Famous for its iconic steel-cylinder pedal bins originally designed for a hair salon in the 1930s, VIPP now offer a complete range of furniture, homewares and soft-furnishings in addition to industrial-purist kitchen and bathroom concepts, lighting and accessories.
With a strong belief in fewer but better products, VIPP continues to choose timelessness over trends through its new collection for the home.
Set amongst 150 acres of oceanfront farmland overlooking the nearby Werri Beach, The Headland and The Range at Dovecote are two beautifully appointed getaway retreats that offer the ultimate luxury escape.
‘Every inch of the design is a direct response to the immediate and greater landscape’ says architect Atelier Andy Carson. ‘The building twists and morphs toward specific views. Climatic and spatial considerations with the placement of every wall or change of direction serve several purposes. The focus is firmly on the user experience being heightened and forging a greater connection to landscape’.
With vast views and a constantly changing landscape of waves, passing ships and even a drove of dairy cows that move steadily across the surrounding fields, the interiors of The Headland and The Range were designed by Carson in collaboration with owner/designer Jeffrey Simpson to support the incredible ocean and hinterland views.