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IN/OUT: Alex Hotel by Arent&Pyke

IN/OUT: Alex Hotel by Arent&Pyke

IN/OUT: Alex Hotel by Arent&Pyke

IN/OUT: Alex Hotel by Arent&Pyke

IN/OUT: Alex Hotel by Arent&Pyke

IN/OUT: Alex Hotel by Arent&Pyke

IN/OUT: Alex Hotel by Arent&Pyke

IN/OUT: Alex Hotel by Arent&Pyke

IN/OUT: Alex Hotel by Arent&Pyke

IN/OUT: Alex Hotel by Arent&Pyke

IN/OUT: Alex Hotel by Arent&Pyke

IN/OUT: Alex Hotel by Arent&Pyke

IN/OUT: Alex Hotel by Arent&Pyke

IN/OUT: Alex Hotel by Arent&Pyke

IN/OUT: Alex Hotel by Arent&Pyke

IN/OUT: Alex Hotel by Arent&Pyke

IN/OUT: Alex Hotel by Arent&Pyke

IN/OUT: Alex Hotel by Arent&Pyke

IN/OUT: Alex Hotel by Arent&Pyke

IN/OUT: Alex Hotel by Arent&Pyke

IN/OUT: Alex Hotel by Arent&Pyke

Located within the cosmopolitan and developing cultural landscape of Northbridge in Perth is the Alex Hotel; a joyous collaboration between Perth-based architects Spaceagency, interior designers Arent&Pyke, and the hotel’s passionate founders.

Conceptualised as ‘Hotel as Home’, Alex Hotel is a place to find freedom, solace, intimacy and connectedness that is tailored to the individual; celebrating the stories they bring with them to the hotel. Always present is a longstanding understanding of the familiarity of ‘Alex’; a treasured old friend with a house full of wonderment who guides the guest through the hotel, welcoming them into their home. The interior design, furnishing and styling imagines the richness of that personality, with a sense of frivolity and the layering of a story.

The public spaces are bright, casual and lively, a reflection of the ethos of the Alex Hotel, representing a commitment to the daily rituals of our lives to rest, feed and nourish, in the morning and evening as its surfaces and spaces transform throughout the day. They also celebrate the act of coming together, yet the layered experience of furniture and furnishings provides us with solace if we so seek it. Seats are individually enveloping or bountifully communal. Tables are single scale to nest daintily beside us or vastly generous. The casual nature of ‘perching’ at bar surfaces brings a sense of comfort to the majority of the hotel’s guests; single travellers, while the multiple communal tables nurtures opportunities for communal interactions, recalling a familiar domestic typology and an invitation to serve one’s self, drawing guests to its vast surfaces and bountiful offering.

Entering the hotel, the foyer is unstructured yet not unclear, it’s front desk uncharacteristically turned 180 degrees to allow guests and staff to mill beside one another around a communal desk. Beside it, a black mohair velvet Swedish vintage loveseat welcomes guests, above it a large scale commissioned weaving by LA based, WA born artist Ben Barretto.

The ground floor cafe is dominated by a very large custom made shared dining table accompanied by a large communal banquette with three small lounging tables, a small coffee cart and three small café tables. Responding to the bold, almost industrial language of the architecture and the scale of the hotel’s spaces, the cafe mediates the compressed rigour of the hotel rooms and the dramatic release to generous communal spaces.

Defined in two zones, one, the mezzanine bar is wrapped on three sides by a double-height void, conceived as a single communal bar surface accompanied by an outdoor terrace and small lounge. The other, the mezzanine lounge, is conceived as a sitting space with dining and lounging accompanied by smaller outdoor terrace, and a library. Functionally responding to the requirements for a breakfast space for guests, it also transforms into a bar and casual dining space in the evening with an honesty bar system for an afternoon aperitif.

The Alex Hotel bedrooms are richly painted from floor to ceiling for an immersive experience of colour, a little room of respite; serene, yet invigorating. One single colour is rolled out across all rooms of each of the five levels of accommodation – from dusty pink, to mustard, deep navy, sage green and dirty lilac, each with a contrasting hallway colour. Rigorously planned by Spaceagency, Arent&Pyke have furnished the rooms with a bespoke plywood and quilted bedhead upholstered in Dior maestro Raf Simons’ collection of fabrics for Kvadrat. Each is modestly accompanied by a custom made black steel hanging rail, hanging mirror, a linen and leather utility bag and a plywood storage seat lovingly manufactured  by New Zealand based father/daughter duo Douglas & Bec.

The roof terrace invites guests to enjoy the sunsets over the CBD from the comforts of custom daybeds and loungers while the conference/function room offers a relaxed atmosphere, its billowing linen curtains floating softly in the breeze revealing the beauty of the sun-drenched Perth skyline.

Comprised of a layered palette of bespoke joinery pieces in birch plywood, bold marble and terrazzo responds to the rigours of the architecture, with an honest, utilitarian sense of surface. Softened by bespoke upholstery, textural and layered tonal fabrics, iconic furniture pieces and ambient lighting, with a sophisticated collection artworks from Artbank, the Alex Hotel invites all in to experience its joys.

Credits:
Interior Design: Arent&Pyke

Architecture: Spaceagency
Photography: Anson Smart

ALEX HOTEL BY ARENT&PYKE

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At this special time of year, some birds of a feather flock together, while other fine species take flight wherever.

No matter how you celebrate the festive season, we would like to thank you for your support this past year and wish you the very best for a happy & healthy 2016.

Credits: Artwork by Marc Martin for Arent&Pyke

A SPECIAL TIME OF YEAR

Figtree House by Arent&Pyke

Figtree House by Arent&Pyke

Figtree House by Arent&Pyke
Figtree House by Arent&Pyke

Figtree House by Arent&Pyke

Figtree House by Arent&Pyke

Figtree House by Arent&Pyke

Figtree House by Arent&Pyke

Figtree House by Arent&Pyke

Figtree House by Arent&Pyke

Figtree House by Arent&Pyke

Figtree House by Arent&Pyke

Figtree House by Arent&Pyke

Figtree House by Arent&Pyke

Figtree House by Arent&Pyke

Figtree House by Arent&Pyke

Figtree House by Arent&Pyke

Figtree House by Arent&Pyke

Figtree House by Arent&Pyke

Situated amongst the leafy streets of Bronte in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs, Arent&Pyke‘s latest award winning project ‘Figtree House’ is everything one desires a home to be – tranquil, comfortable and well resolved. Tasked with transforming the Figtree House, a beachside Victorian Terrace into a home befitting a hip couple with young children and a highly contemporary art collection, the brief required the spaces to evoke different moods while still being flexible to the needs of young family. Arent&Pyke sought to celebrated the spaces of the home reflecting their purpose; from the composed inky solemnity of the intimate formal zones to the sun bleached lightness of the casual family zones.

Figtree House demonstrates the transformative abilities of carefully curated decorative considerations. A careful dialogue was nurtured between the grandeur of the beachside home and the relaxed nature of the clients. Consequently, the brief became about addressing the formality and inherent seriousness of the home by curating moments of unexpected human-scale joy for the family amongst the stately-scale rooms and the formal typology of the home.

Importantly, appointing an intimate sense of scale starts with a strong base palette of deep blue, which begins in the front formal rooms of the home immediately imbuing formality with intimacy. Fading out to a silver grey blue in the hallway and then to a clean white, the home opens up to the casual living and kitchen and beyond, to the sea. The bedroom, directly over the dark front formal rooms shares the intimate depth of colour. Not only does the richness of tones provide a strong foundation with which to behold the contemporary and Oceanic art works introduced to the project and drawn from the owners’ collection, it also serves to celebrate grandiosity of the walls, bound by the crisp white skirting and cornice of this home; at once a beach house and a stately terrace house.

Textural variation is further layered to this richness through the use of tonal fabrics, vintage rugs and artisanal elements with tribal legacy and through the soft recurrence of pink. Seen in the tenaciously contemporary classics of the Vitra Slow Chair and the Moroso Fishbone Table, these pieces provide an unexpected insouciance to the whole that draws the woodwork and cabinetry into a contemporary milieu. Softening elements are introduced throughout the home with natural linens, leather, stone and timber. Wallpapers placed unexpectedly in the under-stair study, in the hall, and powder-room, celebrate the smaller spaces within the expanse of the stately home.

The multidirectional furniture planning of the pair of formal front room allows it to transform from a carefully curated parlour to a robust media room with a retracting projection screen and centrally located ottoman for the whole family to enjoy. Similarly, the selection of Walter Knoll Tadeo extension dining table is well suited to the serious dining of this restaurateur couple without the formality of many.

Coalescing the whole is the elongated elegance of the iconic lighting of Serge Mouille teamed with highly contemporary lighting from Christopher Boots.

Acknowledging that decorating a home is an evolution of personality, lifestyle and aesthetics, decorative elements and furniture have been selected and curated to facilitate existing pieces and introduce new. Delivered as a stand-alone iteration, the aesthetic finesses the client’s style, while establishing a path for future developments.

Credits: Arent&Pyke

FIGTREE HOUSE BY ARENT&PYKE

In/Out: Arent&Pyke - Australian Interior Design Awards 2015

Introducing the Figtree House

Tasked with transforming a beachside Victorian Terrace into a home befitting a young couple with small children, the brief required the spaces to evoke different moods while still being flexible to the needs of a young family. The spaces of the home reflect their purpose; from the composed inky solemnity of the intimate formal areas to the sun bleached lightness of the casual family spaces.

In/Out: Arent&Pyke - Australian Interior Design Awards 2015

In/Out: Arent&Pyke - Australian Interior Design Awards 2015

And introducing the Park View House

Providing a light filled home for a busy couple, light’s transformative qualities are fully explored. Conceptually the design switches the oppressive contrast of a bright view and dark interior to harmonious incursions of light. To this end the interior is softened with natural timber and stone floorings, a complexly nuanced colour palette and lightness of scale delivered and reiterated as fine line detailing in black and brass.

In/Out: Arent&Pyke - Australian Interior Design Awards 2015

In/Out: Arent&Pyke - Australian Interior Design Awards 2015

In/Out: Arent&Pyke - Australian Interior Design Awards 2015

Arent&Pyke’s recently completed Figtree House and Park View House have both been shortlisted in this year’s Australian Interior Design Awards 2015.

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As well as this big news, Arent&Pyke are delighted to announce the launch of their new website. Designed by Squad Ink, the site is a reflection of the Arent&Pyke experience with its clarity, restraint, sophistication, and unique curation.

Showcasing their impressive body of work in a beautifully engaging way across all devices, a simple and fluid grid which heroes the carefully curated imagery and clean crisp typography was employed.

To truly appreciate the website and these exciting new projects, visit www.arentpyke.com.

ARENT&PYKE’S AUSTRALIAN INTERIOR DESIGN AWARDS SHORTLIST & WEBSITE RELAUNCH

In/Out: House & Garden Room of the year

On Friday of last week Arent&Pyke were truly honoured and proud to receive the Australian House & Garden ‘Room of the Year 2014’ award for the Pavilion House! The Pavilion House joins 49 other rooms in House & Garden magazine’s annual November issue (out now!) of this year’s Top 50 Rooms.

Hosted at the very delicious, Alpha Restaurant, Arent&Pyke were overjoyed to share a table with the House & Garden team, respected colleagues and fellow award winners! Thanks go to editor-in-chief Lisa Green, for continually providing Australians with a well-respected and practical magazine for readers who, like us, are truly passionate about the way they live in their homes.

The Pavilion House was a hugely rewarding project for Arent&Pyke and endless thanks go to our delightful clients, our builder, our joiner and all involved to make this wonderful home the ‘Room of the Year’!

Credits: Photography by John Paul Urizar for House & Garden

Arent&Pyke: House & Garden ‘Room of the year 2014’

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

In/Out: The Avenue by Arent&Pyke

‘The Avenue’ is an Arent&Pyke project very dear to our hearts. We have won a number of national awards with this project and it continues to be shortlisted for many more national and international awards! The Avenue was featured in Vogue Living earlier this year and it is most certainly time to share this home in its entirety!

This 1880’s terrace in Randwick called for an update that would respect its grand heritage and uplift the spaces, revealing its beauty and creating new moments of joy. Respecting the original architecture, the success of this project relied on our ability to marry a modern family life lived within old walls with a timeless style executed in a contemporary fashion.

Once a boarding house, some rooms were stripped back to their original forms, while others were repurposed to provide a study, master robe, ensuite and bathroom. Our collaboration with the architect led to the design of new openings in the kitchen extension, and the important integration of new exterior forms with the existing envelope.

In homage to the timelessness of the existing architecture, our materials palette for the built elements was intentionally restrained. This allowed us to layer colour and texture in the decorative phase of the project. We undertook an intensively detailed curatorial design process to celebrate the grandiose architecture, harmonise the clients’ varying aesthetic and develop an eclectic yet cohesive; balanced yet unexpected; collection of spaces. When designing the spaces we worked with a range of materials, and details which complement each other to create a character for the home which is both cohesive and eclectic.

We approached the rear extension kitchen with a timeless application of classic materials and iconic pieces. White joinery, a stainless steel workbench, basalt benchtop, accents of American oak are complimented by iconic lighting from Artek to resonate with the strong black steel framed doors. Clean and uncluttered, the bold colour palette was developed in response to the clients’ much loved Enzo Mari “Apple” print.

In the formal living spaces and master bedroom, deep hues of blue and sea-green anchor the decorative schemes. Responding to the opulent scale of the bedroom, the custom-designed bed, ottoman, and antique armoire are all overly-scaled elements. Highly detailed Fornasetti wallpaper wraps through the master dressing room and ensuite, reducing the scale in these more intimate spaces with its hand-drawn appeal and whimsical cloud motif. Window treatments with accents of silk and the decorative lighting call the eye to the vast ceiling heights.

There is a recurrent preoccupation in our practice with creating spaces that are unique, individually tailored and decorative yet not over decorated. The Avenue reveals the very nature of our design process of ‘curating’ and ‘creating’, a careful balancing act. The idea of creating spaces and using finishes that could withstand the next two hundred years was importantly at the front of our minds.

‘The Avenue’ was the kind of project we always dreamt of, a unique and inspiring synergy between client, architect Tom Ferguson of TFAD and Arent&Pyke.

Credits: Photography by Anson Smart, Shoot styling by Megan Morton

THE AVENUE BY ARENT&PYKE

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Last week we were thrilled to be involved with Design For Mirabel, a collaborative charity event conceived by Diane Bergeron and the Mirabel Foundation. It was a real treat to step outside our usual parameters to create a temporary installation, one where everything could be dismantled and sold.

Jane Rowe established the Mirabel Foundation in 1988 after a tragic work incident. Jane, a councillor in drug and alcohol rehabilitation received a call to say that two of her clients (single mothers) had died from overdoses. She couldn’t sleep that night for worry about what chance their kids had. She knew there was a big hole in the system for support of the next of kin, the aunts, uncles, grandparents etc. who found themselves instant parents of very troubled kids. And so the Mirabel Foundation was born and still is the only organisation in Australia specifically supporting orphaned or abandoned children due to parental illicit drug use. ‘Every child deserves a childhood’ is their mission statement, the importance of which is undeniable.

Conceptually, we wanted to express one of the most treasured aspects of being a kid, that of creative play and what better place to start than at the heart of every family home, the kitchen! From there we endeavoured to carefully jigsaw together our ‘Cubby Kitchen’.

It was so very encouraging when we got on the phone that so many wonderful businesses both large and small really wanted to get on board and understood the importance of this valuable cause.

Arent&Pyke’s kitchen was built on the principles of love, hope and belonging. It is as much a real kitchen as it is an imagined cubby of comfort and fun. On either end of the kitchen bench sat a dishwasher and a baby blue fridge from Smeg packed with Edit‘s Fruit&Veg cushions from Sparrk. Our sink became a cobalt blue ceramic platter from Jardan‘s newly launched collaboration with the Fortynine Studio, teemed up with a rose gold tap from Brodware. Hay wire tables from Cult Design became our open shelves while Design By Them Butter stools held up our benchtop. Lighty gave us our over-bench storage with their Assemblage shelves and Spence&Lyda Gras Lamps highlighted the delectable coral and peach walls from Porters Paint. Galerie Montmarte brought some fun to the party with their vintage poster, soft mascots from Leo&Bella and Kidostore kept watch over everything. And the table from Jardan was circled by Seeho Su‘s Hiroshima chairs. It all came together with the finishing touches; Mr Kitly‘s sycamore ladels and terrarium, Ottis&Otto (oh my goodness those Bridget Bodenham cups with their golden handles), Gemma Patford’s rope platters, Douglas&Bec’s Spun Pendant, Dibbern tableware and copper Stelton jug from Safari Living, Shilo Engelbrecht‘s napkins and fabric panel, By Lassen accessories from Fred International and Hay glassware from Cult Design. And who could forget our cake (which arrived just after our photoshoot) from Beatrix Bakes.

Special thanks simply must go to the endless generosity of the long-standing support of our wonderful suppliers Cult Design, Spence & Lyda, Jardan, Seeho Su, Fred International, Dedece, Brodware, International Floor Coverings and Galerie Montmartre.

It was a truly delightful experience that refreshed our minds and hearts alike. It is us (all the designers involved – it was such a pleasure), you (the sponsors), Diane Bergeron and her team (special thanks you to Carmen), the event management, the transport and venue team, the volunteers (endless thanks to the very wonderful Louise), the generosity of the public and of course The Mirabel Foundation that are bringing positive change to our society’s future, the kids. All funds raised are being used to build a purpose built home for Mirabel designed by John Wardle Architects. It will be a place of comfort, hope and support for so many. Home sweet home!

Photo Credits: Marcel Aucar Photography

Arent & Pyke: Design for Mirabel – The Cubby Kitchen

In/Out - Darling Point

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In/Out - Darling Point Apartment

In/Out - Darling Point Apartment

In/Out - Darling Point Apartment

In/Out - Darling Point

The Darling Point Apartment is a past project very dear to our hearts.

This 2008 Arent&Pyke project was about an expression and embodiment of a client in their home and a celebration of object collecting and curating. Set in a 1920s Spanish mission style apartment building, it is layered with the client’s spirit and personality and evokes memories of treasured travel abroad.

As a practice we encourage our clients to have the confidence to have meaningful and important artifacts around them. So, with this project the philosophy was to curate and edit the objects collected by the client and allow them to speak freely against a background of elegant and timeless furniture pieces. In this way they build a collection that will always resonate and be treasured for life.

Credits: Photography by Anson Smart, Shoot styling by Megan Morton

Darling Point by Arent&Pyke

IN/OUT - COLOUR WEEK - EXPERIENCE COLOUR WITH TAUBMANS & ARENT&PYKE

IN/OUT - COLOUR WEEK - EXPERIENCE COLOUR WITH TAUBMANS & ARENT&PYKE

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IN/OUT - COLOUR WEEK - EXPERIENCE COLOUR WITH TAUBMANS & ARENT&PYKE

IN/OUT - COLOUR WEEK - EXPERIENCE COLOUR WITH TAUBMANS & ARENT&PYKE

IN/OUT - COLOUR WEEK - EXPERIENCE COLOUR WITH TAUBMANS & ARENT&PYKE

IN/OUT - COLOUR WEEK - EXPERIENCE COLOUR WITH TAUBMANS & ARENT&PYKE

IN/OUT - COLOUR WEEK - EXPERIENCE COLOUR WITH TAUBMANS & ARENT&PYKE

IN/OUT - COLOUR WEEK - EXPERIENCE COLOUR WITH TAUBMANS & ARENT&PYKE

IN/OUT - COLOUR WEEK - EXPERIENCE COLOUR WITH TAUBMANS & ARENT&PYKE

Our work presents us with a wide variety of new and exciting challenges and recently we’ve had the pleasure of working with Taubmans to create their stand for the designEX event in Sydney. Taubmans are an iconic Australian brand with a monumental colour offering and it is no secret that we at Arent & Pyke, are passionate about colour. It was a match made in Colour Heaven.

Taubmans came to us with a brave and open brief and it was an opportunity for us to work conceptually as a team to design a place to experience the immense colour offering of the Taubmans brand.

For us, the stand is about interpreting the Taubmans colour offering as well as the online tools of the Taubmans Colour Galaxy™. The Galaxy is immersive – it is a mapped landscape of colour. This was key to our concept for the stand. It is about creating a landscape and a space to truly discover the quality and the immensity of the Taubmans Colour offering.

The stand is comprised of a huge blade wall of paint brushouts that celebrate Taubmans comprehensive range of 5,762 colours. It is a feathered graduation of colour comprising of approximately 1000 A4 hand screen printed brushouts (thank you Evie & Marie). If a wall isn’t covered in colour then black mirror reflects in quiet contemplation deeper tones of this colour testimonial. It’s a lovely collaboration of new blood and old establishments – Daniel Giffen‘s lamps Oko (table) and Lime (floor) complement with their exquisite simplicity while colourful Armadillo&Co rugs punch out from the black floor and Thonet thankfully lent us some Round Barstools to revive weary travellers.

Guests are invited to experience colour, by showcasing the brand’s colour offering, state-of-the-art online tool – Taubmans Colour Galaxy™ – as well as Taubmans’ core products, Pure Performance and Endure.

The stand engages designEX visitors tempting them to absorb and embrace the experience of colour – to walk along the length of the wall, find their favourite colour, photograph and share their images and love for colour over the duration of the designEX event.

When we experience colour, we are understanding and experiencing the pure joy that colour can bring to our lives and our spaces. It is about its transformative powers. It is about celebrating the mood it creates, its unique personality and its power to appeal differently to each and every one of us.

Credits: Photography by Ben Pyke

COLOUR WEEK – EXPERIENCE COLOUR WITH TAUBMANS & ARENT&PYKE

IN/OUT - COLOUR WEEK: ARENT&PYKE & TAUBMANS at DESIGNEX 2014

IN/OUT - COLOUR WEEK: ARENT&PYKE & TAUBMANS at DESIGNEX 2014

IN/OUT - COLOUR WEEK: ARENT&PYKE & TAUBMANS at DESIGNEX 2014

Arent&Pyke are delighted to announce that we have been working with Taubmans to design their stand for designEX which opens this Wednesday at Glebe Island in Sydney. Taubmans briefed us to design a space where people could really experience the immense colour offering of the iconic brand, and this inspired us to consider how the Australian experience of colour is evolving.

When we experience colour, we are understanding and experiencing the pure joy that colour can bring to our lives and our spaces. It is about its transformative powers. It is about celebrating the mood it creates, its unique personality and its power to appeal differently to each and every one of us.

Arent&Pyke have created three colour palettes of Taubmans colours that reflect the increasingly confident use of colour in Australia. At their stand at designEX 2014, Taubmans are asking visitors to vote on their favourite colour palette. And here they are!

Come and celebrate a colourful life with Arent&Pyke this Colour Week and win an exclusive Arent&Pyke #mycolourfullife gift bag this week on In/Out. Simply subscribe and comment below or on any post this ‘Colour Week’ to win!

Palette 1 (from left to right):
Taubmans Secret Passage T10 50J-2
Taubmans Cotton Ball T12 1.A1
Taubmans Party Animal T12 25.G1
Taubmans Bell Pepper T10 58F-2
Taubmans All Black T12 8.H12

Palette 2 (from left to right):
Taubmans Abstract T161-3
Taubmans Admiralty T10 39L-2
Taubmans Rawhide Laces T10 9F-2
Taubmans Florentine Pink T10 29C-1
Taubmans Indian Maize T10 3E-2

Palette 3 (from left to right):
Taubmans Canyon Black T02 132-4
Taubmans Charade T10 39G-2
Taubmans Quail Hollow T10 35K-2
Taubmans Thin Ice T10 50J-1
Taubmans Tina Ballerina T10 37H-1

Credits:
(top to bottom) The Avenue by Arent&Pyke, Photography by Anson Smart
Potts Point Pied-a-terre by Arent&Pyke, Photography by Luisa Brimble
New York Apartment by Arent&Pyke, Photography by Anson Smart

COLOUR WEEK – ARENT&PYKE & TAUBMANS at DESIGNEX 2014

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