You may remember our interview with photographic artist, Cate Legnoverde, who shared her fascinating hybrid artwork creations with us here. To complement her vibrant print collection, she’s recently added a zingy range of cushions to her revamped website. The cushion patterns are her own designs and came about when she failed to find a bright enough range to satisfy her own sofa!
Check out the new website and juicy cushion range here.
The Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne has won the Grand Prix title in the 2012 Dulux Colour Awards!
The awards have been celebrating bright shades and bold patterns in the building and design scape for 26 years and, with a record amount of entries, and 111 finalists this year, the judges were swamped with inspiring shades and architectural wonders like never before.
“The Royal Children’s Hospital’s colour palette is dynamic, complex and richly researched. Colour has been effectively and comprehensively integrated into the building … with a base palette – drawn from Royal Park – to define various parts of the hospital. The colour schemes for different floor levels have also been taken from different regions around Victoria to give variation and richness to the experience of the children, staff and visitors of the building,” the judging panel said.
View all the Dulux Colour Award winners and other entries at dulux.com.au/colourawards
The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne
The Royal Children's Hospital designed by Billard Leece Partnerships and Bates Smart
Glenorchy Art and Sculpture Park - GASP, designed by Room11 Architects
Winner: Commercial Exterior