Design Field Notes

Design Field Notes

Design Field Notes

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AD Interieurs 2014, Paris

This November I had the pleasure of photographing one of the most exciting interiors exhibitions on the calendar – the AD Interieurs 2014 in Paris.  Every year interiors magazine Architectural… Read More.

Category: Interior spaces

Felix Forest

Distrito Capital Hotel, Mexico City

Surprising interiors, dazzling panoramic views and double-height ceilings are a few of the eye-catching highlights of Distrito Capital Hotel, Mexico City, Mexico. Located in the highest area of Mexico City… Read More.

Category: Interior spaces

Anthony Spon-Smith

Alfresco Dining

I get more than a little excited at this time of year – not only is there festive cheer in the air but Summer is here, which means long warm… Read More.

Category: How To

Liz

Hermes Windows By Christopher Boots

Australia’s favourite lighting designer, Christopher Boots, has leant his vision to the Holiday windows of luxury retailer Hermès, in NYC.  The result?  A crystalline installation of light, colour and texture.… Read More.

Category: Interior spaces

Beth F

Timothy Oulton’s Glazebrook House, UK

Devon is one of England’s most idyllic counties, known for its stunning countryside and relaxed pace of life. It is also hiding one of the most exciting, intriguing and unique… Read More.

Category: Places & Faces

Anthony Spon-Smith

Romeo Hotel, Naples

Rated by Conde Nast as one of the best new hotels in the world this year, the Romeo Hotel in Naples overlooks the Amalfi Coast and Capri Island located near… Read More.

Category: Places & Faces

Caitlan N

New On The Block: Bills in Bondi

In one of Sydney’s most iconic suburbs, there is a new dining hotspot in town thanks to celebrated chef Bill Granger. Featuring a fresh and exciting interior by Meacham Nockles… Read More.

Category: Places & Faces

Caitlan N

Designer Profile: Jessica Zoob

Often described as “Contemporary Impressionism”, the vibrant work of artist and designer Jessica Zoob is a lyrical interplay of coarse and fluid textures and a brilliant palette of layered colours.… Read More.

Category: Trends & Finds

Beth F

Electro Orchid by Del Kathryn Barton

Driven by her curiosity, Del Kathryn Barton explores new mediums and technologies that connect to her symbolic language of femininity, folklore and the cosmos. This exhibition presents a new series… Read More.

Category: What's On

Beth F

The Eau Hotel, Palm Beach

When Jonathan Adler was asked to redesign 309 guest rooms and suites at the Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, Florid, he choose a simple three colour approach. “When I… Read More.

Category: Trends & Finds

Anthony Spon-Smith

On Colour and Pattern: Where to block, where to pop

Many people feel utterly daunted by the prospect of working with colour and pattern. While they may know what they like, they also know, usually from bitter experience, how easily… Read More.

Category: How To

Greg Natale

Field Notes Pick: Top Interior Instagrams to Follow

For all your -ing needs, Field Notes has compiled a list of our top interior accounts to follow at the moment: @stevecordony  Uocmas’s favourite Interior Design Editor and all-round… Read More.

Category: Trends & Finds

Beth F

My Favourite Spaces by Greg Natale

The big picture I’m always drawn to the buildings of the late Australian architectural legend Harry Seidler – his clean, modernist lines have been a major influence on my work.… Read More.

Category: Trends & Finds

Greg Natale

Grandeous Glamour: Intercontinental Opens Sydney

The stately Double Bay hotel formerly known as the Ritz Carlton, then the Stamford, is reopening in November as the Intercontinental Sydney Double Bay. The refurbishment will transform the hotel… Read More.

Category: Places & Faces

Beth F

Sea Art; Still Life Installations

Last year I was scrolling through Instagram (as you do) and stumbled upon something that moved me and that will always remain in my memory. In November 2013, the “Sea… Read More.

Category: Trends & Finds

Lisa

The Art of Styling Your Coffee Table

I have to agree with The Chicago Tribune when it said that instead of ink blots, Rorschach might have done well to focus on coffee tables, given they can reveal… Read More.

Category: How To

Greg Natale

The Smallest Sanctuary; Landscape Design for Courtyards

Designing gardens for tight spaces can be tricky, especially when we live so much outdoors. Inner city gardens are often only a few metres wide, with everyone wanting to fit… Read More.

Category: Trends & Finds

Lily

Poolside Dreaming

It’s one of the things I notice most about flying over Sydney, coming in to land after an adventure overseas – the surprising amount of blue dots scattered in between… Read More.

Category: Trends & Finds

Beth F

Wythe Hotel, Brooklyn

The Wythe Hotel started with the discovery of an old textile factory on the Williamsburg waterfront. And I guess the rest of the 72 room luxury hotel is history! It… Read More.

Category: Places & Faces

Walter G

Holiday Home With Mr Jason Grant

Open any dictionary and a home is defined as the place where one’s domestic affections are centred. I’m a firm believer that your home is your sanctuary – not only… Read More.

Category: Places & Faces

Caitlan N

Styling for Sale: A Mosman Home

In a beautifully restored 1900s house in Mosman overlooking Sydney Harbour, Uocmas Property Styling created a luxurious scheme to showcase the home’s high end, contemporary finish to potential buyers.… Read More.

Category: Interior spaces

Anne

David Shrigley Design’s Sketch – London

UK artist David Shrigley is no stranger to whimsy, so it came without surprise that his take over of esteemed gallery-come-restaurant space Sketch was realised with such an amusing aesthetic.  239… Read More.

Category: Places & Faces

Beth F

Elevated Heights: Barstool Envy

Barstools first became a staple in homes in the 1950s when casual entertaining gained momentum. Now, we simply cannot get enough of them – from the simple silhouette of the… Read More.

Category: Trends & Finds

Caitlan N

Contemporary x vintage

Mixing the contemporary with the vintage is an art. A modern interior with vintage accents showcases character and personality. Think clean contemporary lines and sleek Scandinavian styling contrasted with treasured… Read More.

Category: Trends & Finds

Caitlan N
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