Another week down and things are getting busy over here at Foxtail and Finch. There are some exciting features in the works, but in the meantime here is the weekly Sunday Edit, with a few of my favourite finds during the last week.
I’m endlessly astounded by the quality of design coming out of Australia, and Whiting Architects and Interiors, based in Melbourne, are a prime example of Australian design innovation at its best.
I started this site a few months ago, but its not until recently that it’s properly taken shape and I’ve finally shared it with a few more people. The response so far has been wonderful. To celebrate, I’ve decided to start a little tradition over here at Foxtail and Finch. This is the first Sunday Edit, a summary of all my favourite finds during the week. I’m bowled over by so many incredible creators, designers, spaces, businesses, events and exhibitions, and it’s nearly impossible to feature them all. So here are some of this week’s favourites:
Like many of you, I’m addicted to coffee, but for me the addiction goes far beyond the caffeine itself. I adore the ritual. Every morning the hopeful sound of grinding beans fills me with anticipation for the day ahead. Continue reading
Converting a 1960s Brutalist building into a fashionable concrete paradise has become all the rage in the hotel industry. Sydell Group’s recent incarnation, The Line Hotel, is the best kind of Cinderella story. This rags to riches tale sees trendy LA designer, Sean Knibb of Knibb Design, turn this mid-century building in LA’s Korea town into an urban delight. Stripping it back, accentuating its qualities and giving it star power.