Rove Concepts

Emily Summers

Emily Summers Design Associates has been featured in countless magazines and won countless awards, including being named in January as one of Architectural Digest's top 100 interior designers and architects in the world. And judging by these photos, I can see why.


Philippe Starck - Bathrooms

Philippe Starck has designed some of the most coveted bathroom fixtures around. His bathrooms are, in a word, STUNNING.

All images from Philippe Starck


Grant Featherston

Grant Featherston (1922-1995) is another Australian design icon I would like to share with you. What Hans Wegner is to mid century devotees in America, Grant Featherston is to Australians. Devoted to promoting a philosophy of good design and opposing the stifling forces of conservatism with an alternative to the overstuffed post-war sofas Grant Featherston gained success in the 1950s with his clean organic designs. The now famous contour chair can still be found in homes as well as fashionable design stores and museum collections.

Z300 chaise Inside Out

Expo Sound chair Inside Out

D350 dining chair Belle

Stem dining chair Belle

R152 Contour chair Architronic

B2 series armchair Vogue Living Australia

Scape chair Inside Out

R160 contour chair Australian Vogue Living


Wierd and Wacky Art, Part 3

Once again, I have so many crazy art photos that I had to do yet another post. Here's part 3.

Elle DecorJamie Drake
BetterWallGhislaine Viñas
Brad FeinknopfPalm Springs Hotels



Passementerie, the decorative use of trims made from gimp, cord, beads, braids, etc. Sounds simple doesn't it. Not when you linger over these images from Spina Design. In their own words "A vibrant and dynamic duo, who have revolutionised the perception of accessories and the detailing in interior design. Using radically different mixtures of hard and soft materials together, they add precious materials and objects to their designs, not seen before in the accessory world. They have revived the ancient craft of passementerie to a new level gaining the respect as a new art form." Their work is a feast for the eyes.

All images from Spina Design.