Sep 15, 2021
Welcome to Design Directions 2022.
Introducing the six key themes that formed the foundation of our latest collection and reveal our vision for the future of Australian interiors.
We are delighted to share it with you and hope it inspires your creativity!
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THE NARRATIVE OF NATURE
Inspired by the Australian landscape, a grounding connection takes form in a cleansing palette and resort-style ambience.
Wave-like forms create a meditative calm, while oversized, slouchy seating blends with crisp stone pieces and matte ceramic finishes for simplified sophistication.
Materials of natural linen, oak, travertine, and woven seagrass embody coast and country.
Nature presents in cypress green and sage, paired with a neutral palette of chalk, pebble and sand.
A SIMPLE MOMENT
Elevated neutrals and soothing textures imbue comfort and presence in a space of refined refuge.
Softened edges and gentle curvature provide clarity through pared-back design.
Textures are simplified with matte marble finishes and painted timber whilst woven finishes add tactility.
Pictured: Oberon Crescent Buffet, Sidney Fold 3 Seater Sofa, Elsie Round Coffee Table, Kennedy Tenner Occasional Chair, Rufus Chamfered Triangle Side Table and Arch Sculpture, Tepih Dune Rug & Easton Canopy Table Lamp
Tones of putty, soft moss, washed terracotta, barley, dusty rose and latte create a sense of tranquillity.
THE RISING SUN
Honey tones and textures embodying the warmth of the sun envelop spaces in cocooning comfort.
Channel bygone elements in a contemporary spin on traditional joinery and circular forms.
Eye-catching tactility creates intrigue through brown vein marble, soft-to-touch leather, rattan and warm grained timbers.
Warming tones of rust, clay and tan dance with toffee, soft tide and apricot reminiscent of sun-splashed days.
Restraint rules in a classic foundation. Contemporary craftsmanship and timeless forms bring an elevated existence to curated interiors.
Classic silhouettes take hold with fluted forms, art deco influence and channelling with contemporary elements at the helm.
A sophisticated curation emerges combining Carrera marble, tweed and refined detailing.
A compound of light and dark finishes adds allure in a palette of fawn, clay and antique brass.
ABSENCE AND PRESENCE
Solace is savoured in moments of grandeur, as sculptural forms are balanced with grace.
A sense of presence is met in etch detailing and carved channelling whilst sculptural shaping and exaggerated curves imbue stillness.
The smooth materiality of classic marble sits beside monolithic forms, cut pile rugs and textural weaves.
Moody grey hues, bluestone and gunmetal mix with dark oaks and snow bouclé to soothe the senses.
A GOOD TIME HOME
An unexpected blend of expressive forms and adventurous colour evokes a sense of joy and playfulness.
Optimism is evoked and expression stamped in a fusion of geometric shapes and modern & contemporary forms.
A transformative mix of coloured velvets, cosmic and green vein marble and red travertine emerges.
Pictured: Pictured: Hills Buffet, Bruno Totem Dining Table, Muse Dining Chairs, Lark Woven Basket & Low Bowl, Finley Woven Pendant, Ridge Goblet Bowl & Round Bowl & Lorne Channel Vase | Artwork supplied by iiNKED
Softened hues and dark tones blend with a warming palette of merlot, cinnamon and burgundy.
Collections 2022 Brand Video
Watch our latest 1-minute brand video featuring highlights from Collections 2022.
Creative Direction, Keti Lytras - GlobeWest Head of Creative
The Narrative of Nature: Photography Dave Kulesza, Styling Ruth Welsby
A Simple Moment: Photography Dave Kulesza, Styling GlobeWest
The Rising Sun: Photography Dave Kulesza, Styling Ruth Welsby
Classic Ancestry: Photography Dave Kulesza, Styling Ruth Welsby
Absence & Presence: Photography Dave Kulesza, Styling GlobeWest
A Good Time Home: Photography Dave Kulesza, Styling GlobeWest