House of Heras
House Of Heras is a boutique design studio led by award winning designer Silvana Azzi Heras, who specialise in highly decorative designs applied to a variety of textiles including wallpapers and fabric.
Sit in Cosm, and you just might forget you’re sitting in a chair at all.
Its sophisticated ergonomic design instantly responds to your body, movement and posture to provide natural balance and total support.
Nancy Ji is an architect and designer with a philosophy to create works which are functional, simple and with an element of playfulness. Ji has worked across a broad spectrum of design, with varying scales and media, from objects to environments which enhance our everyday life.
Sydney based design studio bernabeifreeman have worked closely with Designer Rugs to define a unique palette and achieve a European feel. The rugs work brilliantly in commercial environments, with quite minimal interiors, and yet they also exude a real warmth in residential settings.
Massimo Buster Minale
London architect and industrial designer Massimo Buster Minale launched the Buster + Punch label in 2013. Following a career at Foster & Partners, which evolved into creating his design agency Minale + Mann, he has subsequently carved out a reputation with his precision-cut lighting and beautifully crafted hardware. His passion for making extraordinary products truly accessible, is matched only by his interest in motorcycles, metalwork and music.
New + Featured Products
With Summer on the horizon, Australian and New Zealand based contemporary textile house, Mokum, and Australian outdoor furniture design house, Tait, have come together to celebrate the southern hemisphere’s latest and greatest in outdoor design. This season channels late-century nostalgia with warm and dreamy scenes of laissez-faire lounging. Tait and Mokum’s Summer 2019/20 collection reaches new levels of outdoor comfort and effortless style, built to last in Australia’s unforgiving elements. Where your home
Reminiscent of flowing rock formations, Scape elicits a soft, organic design language - nurturing a more humanised connection to our vital public spaces and common areas. Nesting adjacently to one another, the modules reference the uninhibited nature of rocky landscapes. Scape’s earthy and wholesome curves offer an inviting sense of warmth, tactility, communal sensibility, and kind-of intangible ‘friendliness’. Scape gravitates people toward it - subsequently drawing activation to the spaces it inhabits.
“I have fond memories as a kid