Photos Grace Cassio
The Cult House is now open, a pop-up by Cult a temporary concept space wet within a rugged c.1842 heritage terrace in Chippendale’s Kensington Street Creative Precinct showcasing furniture and design objects from HAY, Magis, Anglepoise and Adam Goodrum.
The Cult House open Monday to Friday, from 12.00pm-5.30pm untill 15 September at 46-48 Kensington Street in Chippendale.
Photo Credit: Cult Design (Anne Weisz Mortensen)
Whilst recently deep in a Pinterest/ Inspiration spiral I stumbled across this image, I like to call this Earthy Minimalism
Im totally space crushing, I love the tones texture and oh of course the Cactus Garden! The space feesl calm but warm and oh so comfortable – the ultimate place to relax! with a little investigating I found out this property is the Philip Dixon House in sunny Venice and that this giant sofa is on steps away from an outdoor private pool – total perfection!
Image via Fashion Gone Rouge
Lynda Gardner is a long time friend, her Albert Park store in its many incarnations has always been a favourite. She is the queen of Vintage and mixes it perfectly with modern and earthy treasures. Curated by Lynda Gardener is always worth a visit. Head in to visit as there is a constant flow beautiful things.
Oh and follow her on Instagram
Curated by Lynda Gardner
63 Cardigan Place
Author/Nutritionist Lola Berry and coffee mastermind, Salvatore Malatesta (of St. Ali) have joined forces to launch “Happy Place” juice bar and café within the heart of South Melbourne Market. With the ultimate goal to deliver a sense of health and happiness to each and every customer, the aptly named “Happy Place”
The design for Happy Place reflects the brand’s philosophy for raw and organic yet playful a health food product. Raw and organic elements are reflected through a mix of earthy and ‘monolithic’ concrete and stone materials, which have been used in bold but playful ways through their curved, organic form. Striking pops of colour against softer subdued tones, a featured transparent glazed cool room and reflective ceiling elements together highlight a healthy and playful experience for the Happy Place customer. Energising crystals will be structurally placed throughout the space to create an atmospheric energy that will encourage feelings of happiness and self-connectivity. The project was made possible thanks to super clever interior designer Fiona Lynch
Happy Place is open 7 days a week, opening 7am-5pm. Stall 56 – South Melbourne Market, Cecil St, South Melbourne