The artichoke pendant is a classic design created by Poul Henningsen in 1958. It is such a stunningly beautiful light, and due to it's popularity (and hefty price tag), has often been replicated. It looks incredible in modern settings, and makes quite a striking focal point.
Expat Aussie Jordan Cappella designs these amazing lucite pieces. Based in Los Angeles Jordan Cappella is a dynamic furniture designer and interior decorator, with 15 years of experience in the fashion and interior design industries. I'd bookmarked him for a post after finding him through Turquoise's blog then he pops up in the comments here. Fate. Jordan's pieces are custom ordered, hand cut and polished in true artisan fashion. Check out the fabulous Florence Broadhurst fabric. You can find Jordan's work at Woodson & Rummerfields, Patio Culture and 1stdibs.
Lorcan O'Herlihy Architects is an architecture and design firm that is internationally recognized for its design excellence, with 24 awards to their name. "We believe that architecture can have a positive influence on people by providing an environment that engenders freedom of thought, creativity and curiosity and it is from these beliefs and values that our designs are realized." I am in awe of the windows in these homes. LOVE LOVE LOVE
Megan Morton international magazine stylist and event diva promised shots of the Rosemount Fashion Week Wine Bar and she's delivered. An OTT space for the darlings of the fashion world in an unbelievable venue. Champagne, Sydney Harbour views and Megan's amazing styling. Thanks Megan! (Check out Megan's fabulous work here.)
The Roost is one half of a unique pair of location houses for the film and photographic industry. With approximately 5500 sq ft of working space set over four floors and a walled garden it is packed with an eclectic range of furniture from the 1930‘s through to the present day. Truly a boho inspiration. Frightening if your vibe is classic and clean but this haven of the found object and the clash of pattern is dangerously enticing. Check out it's sister site The Perch.