GET THE LOOK: EAST MELBOURNE RESIDENCE BY FLACK STUDIO
The East Melbourne Residence by Flack Studio is a timeless classic, located in Australia but would fit into any European city. The creative leader of the studio, David Flack, is one of Australia's leading design talents, after starting his studio in November 2014 he already had two projects under his belt and much more in the pipeline in under 5 months - that's seriously impressive. To add to the brand's cohesive look and design style, Flack works with Australia's leading creatives, working primarily with interior stylist Marsha Golemac and photographer Brooke Holm.
The East Melbourne project includes many luxury brands, including Moltenti&C, Cappellini, Michael Anastassiades to name a few. It seems like the perfect project with a comfortable budget allowing true flexibility in its design which clearly shows, Flack explains "the brief really was carte blanche, such a treat for a designer. All they specified was a desire for a pared-back space with warmth and an emphasis on high-quality materials. A perfect brief."
Photo Credit: Flack Studio
Interior Design: Flack Studio
Photography: Brooke Holm
Styling: Marsha Golemac
If you're feeling inspired, we show you how you can recreate the look for yourself in our new blog series 'Get The Look'. If you are on a budget, try out the Metal Frame Upholstered Chair in Stone by West Elm instead of the Molteni&C armchair. Try the Mags Sofa by Hay instead of the Vitra Soft Modular Sofa. But the Liagre: Twelve Projects book is definitely a must, you can buy it here. Look out for more in our Get The Look series later on this year, we will feature how you can recreate inspiring projects from around the world, including Studio Gabrielle's latest projects.
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