This pottery collection is developed from gathering inspiration from artifacts and simplifying the process by stripping down to the basic essentials. The colour choices are influenced by the raw materials, organic forms, and friendly curvy lines. Playing on a clear chromatic palette that rather highlights the forms and singularities of each piece allowing it to… Continue reading Experimenting with the evolution of pottery.
Soft Minimalism Situated at the top part of our loft, this contemporary office nook outlooks the nature reserve, which is relaxing, allows focus and relaxation in a quiet space. I wanted to create a simple space that was light, proportional and comfortable. Our double volume ceiling and high windows flood in with natural light and… Continue reading A Simple Office Nook
It’s often the little details in everyday life that inspire me. Like the juxtapositions in nature, the oxidized walls of a historical building and old artifacts that have weathered through time. My philosophy is to showcase the beauty of imperfection, I look at imperfect shapes and compositions and gather my thought process from there. While… Continue reading Behind the Art: A Contemporary Collection
Soft Minimalism Feeling calm, cozy and clean in a fresh muted room. A restrained neutral colour palette soothes and acts as a blank canvas for other elements in the space to stand out, like an exquisite lamp or the details on a headboard. Creating a setting that is inviting, warm and simple. We kept our… Continue reading Black, White and Muted Neutrals
I’m slowly shifting from monochrome interiors to more of a soft, subtle colour palette that we are seeing emerge into Soft Minimalism. It’s easy on the eye with the light colour palette of earthy tones, simple shapes and natural materials that are soft and nominal. These warm tones aim to dispel the myth that minimalism… Continue reading Original, Simple, Subtle: Soft Minimalism