We were thrilled to showcase work from Dean Norton, Ebony Russell, Zachary Frankel, Nicole Lawrence, James Howe, Ashley Corbett-Smith (of Corbet), Studio Henry Wilson, Bettina Willner, Ash Fischer (of FISCHINC), Steven John Clark, Kenny Yong-soo Son, and Emily Hamann (of Ignem Terrae Ceramics).
For those of you who weren’t able to visit the incredibly special Fair, we hope you enjoy this wonderful gallery of images shot by Elise Scott. You can also shop the designs here.
Hero image by Sean Fennessy.
The NAME2 Table by Steven John Clarke - or, as otherwise known, "the Neil Armstrong of denHolm"
Drawing inspiration from growing up in Sydney’s Northern Beaches watching rolling waves and cloud formations, the Asperatus Table by Corbet is an occasional table examining the delineation between art and furniture
The Offset Lamp by Studio Henry Wilson, Daylight Forever by Dean Norton and the Lady of Grotto series by Ebony Russell
A playful mirror to add a pop of colour, the resin of the Large Gummy Mirror by FISCHINC is moulded to emphasise its jelly-like texture and the grid mesh form adds a graphic element
Nicole Lawrence's Large Smooth Shelf provides the perfect foundation for treasured items by Corbet and FISCHINC
Ignem Terrae surrounded by Corbet, Ebony Russell, Bettina Willner, Nicole Lawrence, Kenny Yong-soo Son and James Howe
Ebony Russell's decadent creations, exhibiting forms that seemingly defy their own making
Works by FISCHINC, Dean Norton, Bettina Willner and Corbet
A quiet moment perfectly captured
Ebony Russell's Terra Cotta Frilly Vase sits upon Nicole Lawrence's Coffee Table in Corten Steel, framed by the Asperatus Table by Corbet, Crinkle Lamp by Zachary Frankel and the Ruschutters Bench by James Howe
Permanent Future gracing the upstairs lounge at Melbourne Design Fair, alongside the Arc Table by Zac Frankel and the Arielle Daybed