Remington Matters + Friends
with Remington Matters, Hickey Hardware, Anfisa, Manner and Douglas
Remington Matters will be exhibiting its locally designed and made furniture in an unusual space at 1B Pakenham Street.
Remington Matters has collaborated with local fashion designer Hickey Hardware on an upholstered sofa and ottoman. The exhibition will also feature contemporary Australian ceramics curated by Anfisa and furniture by Manner Furniture and Douglas.
Join us for drinks at a sundowner on Sunday 16th from 4.30pm – 6.30pm.
1B Pakenham Street
For questions about this event please contact the organiser.
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Remington Matters is a multi-disciplinary design and production studio comprised of industrial designers, graduate architects, and furniture makers. We create unique and interesting products that are highly functional for both residential and commercial settings. Primarily producing furniture, lighting, and accessories, we also service a range of clients delivering custom solutions for object and installation design.
Anfisa is a design practice that seeks to create equilibrium between the space, vessel and flowers. Combining our passion for the sculptural form and appreciation of modern architecture and interior design, we work with our clients on enhancing their space with functional art and floral installations. Anfisa is also a platform that represents Australian contemporary ceramic artists, promoting the art of a vessel and those behind the craft. Each artist in our growing network has been carefully chosen for their unique voice, passion and masterful skill, ensuring that the vessels add a layer of sophistication to any space.
This is Hickey Hardware, a transeasonal Sport/Resort label from Western Australia, featuring original prints in unisex cuts. Engaging in the slow fashion movement, Hickey Hardware pieces are released in small batches, with restocks of your favourites landing all year round. All our apparel is designed in Western Australia and hand made with love by Mience Mandag and family in Bali, Indonesia.