The Stella Collective and Thomas Coward at the time again collaborated on a slice of tropical paradise – Brisbane showroom for stone, tile and surfaces brand name Artedomus. For the duo’s third showroom for Artedomus, defining features and scenes from previous initiatives ended up readapted for a Brisbane identity. The inside references the heady glamour and pizazz of 1980’s Miami vacation resort.
“Australia actually appreciates how to do tropical style superbly the recipe has been composed and documented on that… we wanted to press a thing even more that was heading to provide the unexpected to Artedomus’ purchasers,” mentioned Coward and The Stella Collective.
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A 4-component journey by the showroom normally takes website visitors by Artedomus’ new components and signature color palette. The reception characteristics a custom made stone desk with indented panels the designers describe as ‘shrine-like’. A mild-crammed atrium moves through to a surrealist apartment with a Colosseum wall-scape, showcasing exclusive furniture and finishes.
The showroom places the retailer’s bathware goods centre stage, with buyers shown curated illustrations of the Agape baths, stone and tile collection. The journey concludes in the library, a testament to an architect and designer’s analyze. The place serves as the two a meeting location and an archive of the retailer’s substantial selection of unique tiles, mosaics and architectural ceramics.
The inside was far more precisely motivated by the set style of Brian De Palma’s ‘Scarface’, highlighting the Miami modernism aesthetic known as ‘MiMo’ at its peak and glory.
“I desired to convey this legendary structure period to Artedomus to rejoice their item although spending homage to the great architects and designers that have arrive ahead of. We made use of these scenographic moments to seize the spirit of this era to screen the amazing products,” concludes Hana Hakim of The Stella Collective.
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[Images courtesy of Artedomus and The Stella Collective. Photography by Derek Swalwell.]