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Designer Rugs Photo Shoot in Fred International Sydney
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The Fred International Sydney showroom played the perfect part as the backdrop to the new Designer Rugs collection – Transient; a journey through time, materials, pattern and emotion.

The contrast between a demure background of Scandinavian furniture and clean minimalist accents helped to bring out the unique personalities of each rug, evolving into a playful myriad of textures and tones.

Together with the talented team at Designer Rugs, we infused an animated energy to the Sydney showroom space and highlighted the new Transient collection in its best light; a true symbiosis of style.

Featured in order of appearance:


Bollo Armchair by Andreas Engesvik for FogiaDrum Table by Swedese.

Astoria 15 Arms Light from Rubn LightingLamino Chair by Swedese.

Saxe Easy Chair from By LassenBoss Cabinet by Bo Westerdahl for Fogia

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Rubn Lighting in At Six Hotel, Stockholm
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Carefully curated and utterly luxurious, At Six is a new Stockholm hotel where design, style and culture collide – particularly when it comes to custom lighting by our friends at Rubn. Located within a high-rise Brutalist building on Stockholm’s Brunkebergstorg Square, the 343 room property is the city’s latest social hub; and home to one of Europe’s most ambitious hotel art collections.

At Six’s designers approached the project with care, reinterpreting the brutalist aesthetic to execute a complete interior renovation. A palette of sawn stone, blackened steel, fine timber and polished granite has created a solid foundation; the perfect frame for the hotel’s original artwork collections.

Each designer room upstairs is decorated with local and international furniture, using natural materials and warm grey tones. Bespoke lighting from Rubn Lighting has been featured throughout, including the Miller Table Lamp.

At Six is the art of luxury redefined. A sanctuary and Stockholm’s latest hotspot.

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by Lassen in Memocorp Office by The Stella Collective
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The Stella Collective’s new office fit out for Memocorp’s 259 George Street Sydney office can only be described as ‘day spa meets luxe retail space’. From the feminine pale oak flooring to the glossy golden finishes and by Lassen furnishings, the feeling of boutique hotel or luxury penthouse come to mind in this stunning 1000 square meter top floor office.

The fit out totally reinterprets what an office space should look and feel like. Throwing out design rules of the past, The Stella Collective introduced a connected space with defined areas to work, eat and unwind.

Every element of the fit out and furniture selection has been carefully detailed and thought through. Black steel framing, heavy linen, black stone and gold leaf finishes features heavily throughout the space. Our elegant and sculptural ML42 Counter Stool in Black from by Lassen was chosen for the slick communal table, complete with brass foot rest to compliment the accent colour in the office space.

The result is a flawless, stunning new office that creates a gentle, feminine yet empowering environment and pushes the boundaries for commercial design.

Photography by Peter Clarke

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Secto Design in L House by Studio MK27
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The L House by the Brazilian creatives at Studio MK27 can only be described as not just a work of art, but a real life construction of a Mondrian painting.

Surrounded by lush Brazilian jungle, L House is an oasis that combines elements of both organic and artificial, contrasted between bare bones minimalism and elegant antique fixtures. Fittingly, the organic yet rigid silhouettes by Secto Design seamlessly encapsulates this design dichotomy, seen extensively in various sizes and forms throughout the home.

Flooded by natural light, the house features an organic, earthy aesthetic filled with an abundance of natural stones and smooth granite slabs in the stairs and surfaces. The interiors resemble a labyrinth of complex networks with vaulted ceilings and elongated hallways, featuring one compartmentalized room leading into another. Each space is linked together with the use of lighting design; from the large Magnum 4202 Pendant Lampshade in the living space and bold 4202 Pendant Lights in the bathroom, to the demure desk lamps in the upstairs office, all by Secto Design.


The L House is aptly named for the structural shapes present in the building, everything from the pool that extends the length of the backyard to the cavernous entryways are all perfect rectangles – a cubist construction that is precisely calculated from every angle.


Photography by Fernando Guerra