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Uncle Collins Street

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The Storyteller’s Chair in Foolscap’s Uncle Collins St Project

When Rene Spence approached Foolscap Studio to design the new Uncle restaurant on Collins Street, Melbourne CBD, Foolscap Studio looked to Vietnamese food as the key source of inspiration.

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The Pala Chair


Unsure how to furnish your shared space? Combining perfect proportions with a customisable palette, our occasional chair is the original multi-tasker.

Conceived for spaces that are shared, The Pala chair designed by Tomek Archer is ideal for living rooms, public foyers and commercial break out areas. The chairs versatility invites you to get creative with your space and challenges the imagination to arrange a single or multiple Pala Chairs in a linear series to create modular lounge configurations to best suit your design requirements.
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Journey to design success


From the online store to the customer’s doorstep, a team of dedicated craftsman ensure that each piece of designer furniture meets NOMI’s quality standards before the product is carefully wrapped and sent to its new home.

At the heart of the range, NOMI is about offering beautifully designed and handcrafted furniture pieces that people can customise online and purchase at affordable prices. Crucially, customers can follow each piece – whether it’s a Storyteller’s Chair or a Dove Dining Table – as it goes through the production journey from the workshop to the customer’s doorstep.

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JJ Wilson, Kit & Ace


Creativity starts in your own backyard, and no one understands this better than Kit and Ace – an international clothing retailer who is proud to collaborate with local design businesses to create unique stores that honour local talent.

Kit and Ace, creator of Technical Luxury™ garments opened a new chapter in Australian clothing earlier this year. Comfort and luxury collide in their garments, and those seeking function no longer have to sacrifice design in their beautiful, long-lasting clothing.
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noOk urban fresh bar


Sydney’s `noOk urban fresh bar is a gateway to refreshment in the middle of an otherwise concrete-laden city. Showcasing some of the best coffee roasters and local fresh produce, busy professionals flit in and out of this oasis to refuel and recharge. But it’s not only the sustenance from the moreish edibles that keep the city coming back: the clarity of space and the effect of this organic-meets-urban space on the chaotic work mind is nothing short of addictive.

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Tailor Made


NOMI’s ‘Dove’ tables are just part of the style statement at the made-to-measure studio and showroom of P. Johnson Tailors in Paddington, Sydney.

Penny Barker explains. 

Patrick and Tamsin Johnson are a couple who take style seriously. After all, it is their business. Tamsin is an interior designer who flys off to LA once a month to work on projects; Patrick is a bespoke gentleman’s tailor, one of only a handful in Australia and most certainly the youngest.

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Mamamia’s Office design


For celebrated Sydney architect Joe Snell, transforming the headquarters of the Mamamia publishing empire is a lesson in the power of good office design.

Words by Neha Kale

Joe Snell is a believer in the relationship between good design and positive energy. The award-winning architect, who studied at Copenhagen’s Royal Academy of Fine Arts and serves as a judge on home renovation show House Rules, says that the right design elements can transform the way we feel in certain spaces.

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Henry Wilson


We are excited to be welcoming the Chevron Shelfto the NOMI range, a new storage staple by Sydney design star Henry Wilson. Meet the man behind this exciting new product, exclusive to NOMI.

Henry Wilson believes that beauty is a byword for functionality. The Sydney furniture designer, who received a masters degree at the fabled Design Academy Eindhoen in the Netherlands and has since enjoyed a swift career trajectory thanks to commercial fit outs for brands such as Aesop and initiatives such as Things Revisited – a series that sees him re-imagine design icons such as the Wassily Chair – says that aesthetic value stems from utilitarianism, not the other way round.

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