The styling and visual language of our @humedoors entrance doors is inspired by design trends, innovations and advancements. The Hume entrance range has been created with an optimised visual design that is clean, strong and beautiful to look at. This is perfectly combined with flowers and greenery, which can make a home's interior and entrance feel fresh and lively. Plants are the ideal decorating solution when a living space feels cold, sterile or impersonal. Click the link in our bio to find some more inspiration via our website. #perryhomesaustralia
If you want to reduce your waste and lead an eco-friendlier life but are not sure how to start, then come along to the Wasteless Pantry Workshop. Guided by experts, you will learn all about how to shop smarter, save time, minimise your environmental footprint and turn your kitchen into a waste-free zone!
Where: Jandakot Hall, 770 North Lake Rd, North Lake
When: Wednesday, March 27, from 6:30 pm to 8 pm
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#ForSale | Luxury Contemporary In An Enviable Location. Open to Inspect on Saturday 23rd of March from 10.00am to 10.30am and 1.30pm to 2.00pm at 105 Ellington Street, Tarragindi. X @markdiamondrealestate @dyldunn_rw
PROJECT HIGHLIGHT: Montreal Collocation (pt.2/3) .
An open space shared with severals users with different needs, the main goal was to make the space flexible and functional for everyone.
Four differents levels of open space offices that needs to cohabit and share a fonctionnal lighting.
The lighting design respects the identity of each company, but at the same time keeps it subtle and flexible for new coming users.
City: Montreal, Canada
Architect/Designer: VOA Architecture
PROJECT HIGHLIGHT: Canadian Museum of History (pt. 5/6)
Beyond the myriad of fixtures required, this type of project comes with its own set of challenges! One of them is using LED technology to recreate the warmth and subtlety of halogen, as LEDs are often too bright for the more subtle needs of a museum. .
City: Gatineau, Canada
Photo Credits: Gordon King Photography