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Dooq

The Lisbon-based studio masterfully creates furniture designs to stimulate the senses. Inspired by the unexpected collision of opposite elements, Dooq's conceptual approach focuses on conducting extensive art and design iconographic research, ultimately finding the balance where masculine meets feminine, past meets present and small meets large. The result is a celebration of the duality that exists within every creation of Dooq furniture. Utilising an array of materials with an uncensored aesthetic, the collection is where form meets function.

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Faina

Inspired by her native country, Victoria Yakusha founded FAINA as representation to make Ukrainian design globally recognisable. Pillars of her collections are minimalistic, authentic and honest design, leveraging the traditions of ancestral craftsmanship while embracing the beauty of imperfections. The result is a collection of living design that's as much a love letter to her home as it is a reflection on the relation between contemporary living with nature. The creations include FAINA furniture, sculptural ceramic vases and scented soy wax candles.

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Furniture

Our curated collection of ready-to-shop luxury furniture online, spanning design studios from Moscow to Melbourne offers a selective collection of pieces from seating and tables to lighting. Lending a fresh and modern approach to artisan home furniture while celebrating the foundations of historical design, both internationally and domestically, the luxury home furnishing collection has been thoughtfully selected to ensure that each piece will elevate its new space.

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Home

The perfect home is a representation of personal style – an amalgam of vintage pieces with jet-set tokens and modern design. Any room shouldn't be made up of just one style, one era, or one vision. It's meant to be an accumulation of intricately and consciously woven pieces that illustrates a story. This is why at the heart of the home curation you will find artisan home decor, luxury decor and handmade furniture with all three equally relevant and necessary components.

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Kansai Noguchi

The Tokyo-based studio of Kansai Noguchi, founded in 2016, is a ceramic label dedicated to exploring the disciplinary traditions spanning various histories and techniques. Seeking to bring the beautiful yet understated and functional into daily life, Noguchi focuses on perfection, crafting elevated handmade ceramic vases to suit any home.

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Kushaan

The decadent architecture and storied history of places like Turkey, India and Morocco led Australian-born, UAE-based Kate Keenan to found the textile firm, Kushaan. Run-ins at cultural behemoths like the library in Isfahan left an indelible impression and served as a harbinger to her later foray into the rich and luxurious process of developing fabrics. In each weave of her hand woven cushions – from the sheen of the handmade silk ikats to the unrivalled hand-embroidered suzanis – a technique with its own storied history is eulogised.

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Lighting

Our curation of luxury lamps focuses on two primary categories; floor lamps and and table lamps. An inextricable part of day-to-day life and an irreplaceable component of developing a space, these have the greatest impact. Whether placed in the corner of a decadent living room or on the side table of a bedroom, each lamp elicits a different response and emotion. Showcasing the best of artisan lighting and luxury lighting, this collection has something for everyone. 

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Mad et Len

Parallels are easily drawn between the brand's namesake inspiration – Proust's 'Madeleine' and its ability to conjure memories – and those prompted by the perfumer. Few brands have elicited the cult-following of Mad et Len while simultaneously maintaining such obscurity. Based in the quaint village Saint Julien de Verdun in the south of France, the perfumery harnesses local natural ingredients by sourcing their own essential oils, while the steel packaging is painstakingly crafted in Morocco. Mad et Len candles and potpourris lend a luxurious yet down-to-earth accessory with an intoxicating aroma.

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Moda Piera

Melbourne-based atelier, Moda Piera, is dedicated to amalgamating form and function, history and modernity, and utilitarianism with elegance. The result is a highly considered and curated collection of artisan crafted lighting. Fabricated through the lens of sustainability, and paying homage to the pioneers of design before them, the atelier crafts modern luxury lighting with a respect for materiality, delivering premium handmade designs meant to stand the test of time.

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Sanghyuk Yoon

The dynamic multi-hued handmade clay bowls meticulously worked and reworked by the Korean ceramicist, Sanghyuk Yoon, are the manifestation of his inspiration from the environment and topography of his location in Seoul. Compounding and working dehydrated clay facilitates the unique, one-of-a-kind properties so preeminent to each piece of his handmade ceramic bowls. His creations are the byproduct of meticulous multi-dimensional, multi-technical craftsmanship and focus on mastering his medium. 

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Storage

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Stories of Italy

A contemporary approach towards the great archaeological, cultural, and historical heritage of Italy is the core ethos of the homeware and tableware designed by founders, Matilde Antonacci and Dario Buratto. Stories of Italy hones and refines the essence of Italian traditions into everyday objects through fresh colours and rich materials like Murano glass and Carrara marble. It's through these same objects, including Murano glass vases and Murano drinking glasses, they hope to weave the story of heritage while bringing them into modernity.

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Takeyoshi Mitsui

The breakthrough moment for glass artist, Takeyoshi Mitsui, came after the creation of his "Silence" series. A collection of hand-blown drinking glasses, the designs were a representation of the colour-blind artist's interpretation of colour. His unique study, amalgamated with his technical ability, precise craftsmanship and desire to give the glasses a softer appearance, created an ethos uniquely his own and has informed his work in artisan glassware since.

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