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Subscribe to Desktop & Receive My Design Book

          By subscribing for an annual subscription of Desktop magazine before the end of January 2013 you will receive a signed copy of our book, Top Designers’ Secrets Revealed (RRP $29.95). If you don’t happen to subscribe to Desktop magazine in time, pop on over to our Top Designers’ Secrets Revealed website and order you copy online which I will personally sign. Top Designers’ Secrets Revealed gives you the inside secrets on how the industry’s leading designers turned their passion into their profession and how you can too. You will discover:... Read The Rest →

Loot Homewares | Burleigh Town Centre | QLD

We were approached last year by the owners of Loot Homewares, Karl and Rene, to renovate their existing store. It required a major ‘freshen up’ in order for them to be able to renew their lease. After many years the store was looking old, tired and decrepid. This young at heart couple were anything but those adjectives with their bubbly personalities and wide cheeky smiles.        The shopfront as a billboard for advertising the shop and it’s wares was not being fully taken advantage of. The entire shopfront which... Read The Rest →

Launch of our New Book at DesignEX in Sydney

The launch of our new book Top Designers’ Secrets Revealed held as part of the Seminar Sessions during DesignEX in the Sydney Convention Centre, was a great success. With guests paying $65 per head, the launch was fully sold out with many guests having to stand up. The launch commenced with a half hour talk I gave about what is the secret formula to success, which I had reduced to Einstein’s formula e = mc² and the reasons for writing this book about successful Australian designers. This was followed by... Read The Rest →

Chic As | Westfield Shopping Centre Doncaster | VIC

We were approached by the client to design their new jewellery store at the prestigious redevelopment of Westfield Shopping Centre at Doncaster, Victoria. Having designed their previous store, the client felt comfortable in letting us design his store to be innovative and contemporary. Westfield’s design brief for the redevelopment was very stringent. With the client’s acceptance we decided to break many of the rules of designing a jewellery store. One of the strange realizations during the project was that even though the majority of clientele who buy jewellery are women,... Read The Rest →