Home Design


“We used a predominantly neutral palette with layered textures and materials to link both built details and furniture”
– Andrew Waller

The early 2000s was a great time to be an Aussie. We were high on Olympic spirit, Nikki Webster was Australia’s darling and double denim became a wardrobe staple.

On the other hand, the naughties weren’t so great in terms of architecture and interior design. It was around this time that offensive

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