31 May 2010

Stylish Homes: Editor of Vogue Australia, Kirstie Clements

As an avid reader of tres chic glossy, Australian Vogue, I would expect nothing less from Editor Kirstie Clements's Sydney home. Architect Scott Weston (below, centre) told The Design Files: "The philosophy was to examine traditional Moroccan decorative tiling patterns and architectural forms, and reinterpret those ideas in a simple contemporary way. Continuous linear forms, curved shapes & strong grids formed the backdrop to then apply the in-built architectural decorative quality & colour throughout home." View the full post here.

Scott is certainly one to watch. Oh, and I highly recommend you take this Apartment Therapy house tour of his Redfern, Sydney home.


  1. Am Lurving the sumptuousness of this home. The curved tiles under the bathroom basins is stunning.

  2. This house is gorgeous! Thanks for the other links too - I am off to check them out now. :)

  3. I love the curves in the building .. but I think that bathroom is just a bit 'trippy' for me .. plus .. I think I would feel the need to dress up just to go in there (couldn't see myself trotting in there in my old pj's and brushing my teeth THAT's for sure) - but thanks for the post. Love finding new things and can always find new things on your post. Oh, congrats on Madonna (-: commenting on your blog .. too cool (-:

  4. Wow, I bet the tiling in that house took A LOT of hard work to do. I especially like the last picture!

  5. Lurrrrrving the patterns on the tiles in this house tour.

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