The latest from Miss Glass Home

Airers by Miss Glass Home // Australia // as featured on Studio Home - creative brands from the lands down under
Its been a while since we last checked in with the latest from Miss Glass Home – the Australian designers of the MOST attractive clothes airers on the planet!!

Designer Siobhan Glass has continued to focus on beautiful products for the home and laundry by pulling beautiful products from around the world to exclusively stock online. Not only that, new from her own studio are the hand sculpted wooden “heads” ready to look after your headwear at the end of a busy day!

Take a browse at the whole collection here. Unfortunately, at the moment the stands aren’t available to be shipped to NZ…but watch this space!

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Photography by Marnie Hawson
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“Salt and Sky” Collection by Brooke Holme

Salt + Sky Collection by Brooke Holm // exhibition at Modern Times, Melbourne // as featured on Studio Home

This is what happens when a photographer, with a special eye for the drama of the natural world, can get airborne to study the UNESCO Heritage site of Shark Bay from above. This new collection of large scale photography called; “Salt And Sky” by Brooke Holm opens this Thursday 23rd at Modern Times in Melbourne and can be viewed until the 7th of July.

Brooke is interested in both the tension and bond that exists simultaneously between humans and the natural world. The salt field landscapes that she captures are in her eyes provide “a visually stunning example of nature and human intervention entwined.” Shot from above, the salt ponds and harvested fields create graphic compositions with painterly textures in ice-cream hues.

“At a distance they can be enjoyed as pure studies in colour and composition but on closer inspection the smooth, creamy and powdery textures of the works are palpable as is the sensation of a breeze as it whips up the surface of the ponds,” says exhibition curator and Modern Times director Amy Malin.

It’s really true love for me. For those of you that can’t make it in person you can enjoy virtually here.

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The Brim Label : Winter ’16

The Brim Label - Winter '16 // New Zealand - available online // as featured on Studio Home, creative brands from the lands down under
Now back making all her hats by hand in New Zealand; designer Emma Cheape of The Brim Label has just released a new, slightly cosier collection for discerning head coverers. There are some classically cool cheese cutters (for the boys too!), caps, felt wide brims and I am particularly loving the Marnie bands which keep ears warm with style.

Explore all online here!

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Edith Rewa : “Fossick”

Edith Rewa Silk Scarf // Australia - available online // as featured on Studio Home - creative talent from the lands down under

I’m excited to be introducing you to Edith Rewa! In all honesty, I’m pretty besotted with her work!!!
Edith is heavily inspired by the native Australian bush the surrounds her home in the Blue Mountains. However, the fact she also has ” ….. one toe in Hobart and the other in Melbourne” allows her work to stray beyond a canvas to, what really are, some of my favourite silk scarves ever! The one below is most definitely going to be skipping the Tasman to live with me soon…

Please take some time to explore botanical beauty with Edith or simply to put your credit card to work!

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Head shots by James Broadhurst
Model with scarf shots by Che Flinders Parker
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“Fallowland” By Amy Wright

A work from "Fallowland" by Amy Wright // Photography by Martina Gemmola // Australia // as featured on Studio Home

Aside from the genius presentation and styling of this collection of art by Amy Wright, its clear to see this Australian artist is a talent with a brush!
Introducing “Fallowland”, a collection inspired by the idea where land must be allowed period of laying fallow, a time where human management is removed and the landscape is allowed to be reclaimed by the natural environment to recover it’s nutrient rich makeup.

“The subjects that have inspired Fallowland are the quiet and forgotten border-scapes – the cliff face or flank of a canal bank;  the edge of land meeting ocean, and the discarded and fallow lands of demolished construction.  Colour is used as a narrative, where the story is told of the dichotomy between the warm earth shades authentic to a natural terrain and the intense pique of colour that attest to the flippancy of discarded human excess.”

Those in Melboune can view this work in person at the Brunswick St Gallery running until the 23rd of June. To explore more from Amy, click through here. 

 

A work from "Fallowland" by Amy Wright // Photography by Martina Gemmola // Australia // as featured on Studio Home A work from "Fallowland" by Amy Wright // Photography by Martina Gemmola // Australia // as featured on Studio Home A work from "Fallowland" by Amy Wright // Photography by Martina Gemmola // Australia // as featured on Studio Home A work from "Fallowland" by Amy Wright // Photography by Martina Gemmola // Australia // as featured on Studio Home A work from "Fallowland" by Amy Wright // Photography by Martina Gemmola // Australia // as featured on Studio Home A work from "Fallowland" by Amy Wright // Photography by Martina Gemmola // Australia // as featured on Studio Home A work from "Fallowland" by Amy Wright // Photography by Martina Gemmola // Australia // as featured on Studio Home A work from "Fallowland" by Amy Wright // Photography by Martina Gemmola // Australia // as featured on Studio Home A work from "Fallowland" by Amy Wright // Photography by Martina Gemmola // Australia // as featured on Studio Home

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Photography by Martina Gemmola
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Ben Glass Furniture

Ben Glass Furniture // Auckland // as featured on Studio Home - creative talent from the lands down under

Ben Glass is an emerging designer and furniture maker based in Auckland. in 2010 he set up a workshop and forged out under his own name, steadily growing his own range and also collaborating on a growing portfolio of pretty damn fine hospo fit outs!

I really love the smooth modern lines of his products -they all have a subtle “Ben Glass Twist” to them, like the Talma buffet and table.

Click on through to explore MORE from Ben Glass here. 

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