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talks : with Nina Paul.

This industry is in my DNA. My mum owns and operates one of the largest workrooms in Perth. She has been in the industry for 30 odd years. She started her business from home by converting our patio and garage into a workroom. She would have my brother and I out the back putting hooks in and folding curtains.

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rugs : in the lobby with Ohh Happy Home.

Because I’m not a designer, when it comes to choosing pieces for the home (in this case rugs) there’s typically far more trial and error than most. I just don't seem to have any natural spacial awareness. I knew I wasn't alone in this, and one of the big reasons why Spreading Roomers is #gettingbehinddesign rather than in front of it, is to share knowledge from our trusted sources to help bring you closer to design.

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talks : with Kimberley Tan and Jeff Swinyard.

After completing 5 years of studying a Masters degree I can understand why many would want to follow on and get registered – but for us personally we’ve found that it hasn’t held us back from any projects we’ve wanted to take on (as our main work is residential).

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talks : with Andrea Pienaar.

Andrea’s whole ethos really stems from not taking it all so seriously which is to say, it revolves around design that’s accessible and can actually be lived ‘well’ in. You can safely just assume that she’s more than prepared to road test ‘anything’ to ensure that families are actually able to be themselves in their surroundings.

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talks : with Helena Nikola.

“Our clients came to us wanting a contemporary extension to meet the needs their modern family. We sought to transform their two-bedroom Newtown cottage into a four bedroom, two-bathroom family home; with a strong emphasis on increased access to natural light and functional storage.” - Helena.

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