Shawn Henderson

Posted on Mon, 18 Jun 2007 by midcenturyjo


Shawn Henderson believes that each interior should reflect how his client lives. No slave to a particular style he designs with a sense of scale, colour and sophistication. His rooms are serene, functional and elegant.

Images from Shawn Henderson

Retro kids’ rooms

Posted on Fri, 15 Jun 2007 by midcenturyjo

“Children love exuberant, often vividly-bold colors and color combinations, so plan a room with a more dazzlingcolor scheme than you might give yourself…..” Words of wisdom from “Practical Decorating Ideas”, Ure Smith – Sydney, 1973. If you can find it buy it! More photos are definitely coming from this retro treasure.

Scanned images from “Practical Decorating Ideas”, Ure Smith – Sydney, 1973.

Love this renovation

Posted on Fri, 15 Jun 2007 by midcenturyjo

Behind an Edwardian facade in Richmond, Melbourne Architects EAT have designed this extraordinary renovation and extension. The design is sophisticated yet minimal reflecting a contemporary lifestyle. Light filters through strip glazing in the ceiling while black gloss floors anchor the white Edwardian jewel box. Hard concrete finishes mark the transition to the new. Love this space. Love the filmy black drapes as room divider. Love.

Images from Architects EAT

Architects Eat

Posted on Thu, 14 Jun 2007 by midcenturyjo

Melbourne architectural and interior design firm Architects EAT was established in 2000 and has over 20 years combined experience. Their designs take into account what they term as the “enrichment of lifestyle” and centre on strong design aesthetics and timeless experiences. They believe that architecture must be experienced intuitively firsthand. Their approach is about the physicality and haptic (sense of touch) experience of a building and it’s materials. They also maintain a strong carbon neutral ethos. Their work reflects their desire to explore the senses and design for a brighter future.

Wick Design Group

Posted on Wed, 13 Jun 2007 by midcenturyjo

Will Wick is the force behind Wick Design Group. His San Francisco design firm is influenced by Brazilian modernist styles of Oscar Neimeyer, the timeless designs of Italian Gio Ponti and the classic, bold work of Francis Elkins. A style marker for the Will’s work is the use of organic elements such as the raw almost primitive timber pieces.