Epicormic Light

Epicormic Light is a floor lamp with a large handspun copper shade and features a timber and copper joint that allows the piece to cantilever. Made from native Australian timbers, copper and concrete, the light is a warm and welcoming

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Belgenny Farm Milkpans

Belgenny Farm, a historical agricultural property in Camden, approached The Fortynine to do a custom project, developing and making an interpretation of an early settler milkpan based on historical information. The Belgenny Farm Trust are restoring The Creamery to create an

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Habit Series

Habit I, Habit II and Habit III are a series of ceramic works that emulate textiles. The pieces were developed and made by Harriet Watts for exhibition with ‘1-OK CLUB FOR NGV – WORKS 1-43′ at the Ian Potter Design

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Davenport Campbell

The Fortynine Studio were commissioned by Davenport Campbell to design and develop custom plant pots and copper fixtures for the interiors of the Mirvac pilot space, a design project in central Sydney. A new and exciting space, the project sought

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Black Star Pastry Stools

As part of an extension of the Black Star Pastry shopfront on Australia Street in Newtown, The Fortynine Studio were approached to design and make new cafe stools and tables for the space. Made by hand from Australian Blue Gum

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The Bushfire

The Bushfire is a collection of work developed for exhibition with ‘The Other Hemisphere‘ at Ventura Lambrate, Milan, as part of Milan Design Week 2014. The collection is an exploration and expression of Australia’s unique understanding of the regenerative aspects

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Raw Collection Designed by The Fortynine Studio for Jardan. Made by hand at The Fortynine Studio using local stoneware     Available exclusively through Jardan in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, Australia         Raw is an exclusive range of bowls, plates

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Banksia Light launch

As part of Art Month Sydney 2013, The Fortynine Studio hosted an installation to launch Ben Elbourne’s new range of powder coated Banksia Lights.The studio was transformed for one night into a magical and imaginative landscape of light, shade, pattern,

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Scrub Series

Scrub Series Cards and Wrap Designed by Harriet Watts Printed in Sydney   Available through The Fortynine Studio Online Store / Object Australian Design Centre         Scrub series is a series of prints inspired by the Australian landscape and flora,

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‘Easy’ by Bill Granger

The Fortynine Studio designed and produced custom ceramics for the book ‘Easy’ by Bill Granger (Harper Collins 2012). In association with stylist Geraldine Munoz and Art Director Erika Oliveira, a series of pieces were developed in a range of colours

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Show and Tell

A series of simple, temporary conceptual environmental graphics designed and developed in collaboration with Province for 66 Oxford Street Darlinghurst. The graphics were designed to encourage people into the building and abstractly guide them around the space during Art and

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Genotype is a series of six storage and seating cubes that playfully reference children’s alphabet blocks. Designed and made by Ben Elbourne and Sarah Spackman, each cube features hand-painted illustrations depicting Australian native plants intertwined with typefaces to represent the

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ReForm is the first collaborative exhibition project designed and presented by The Fortynine Studio. Part of the official program for Sydney Design 2011, ReForm emerged from the theme ‘is old new again?’, and aimed to revalue discarded materials, questioning why

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Park / Park

Park / Park is a collaboration between designers Marion Gelbart, Sarah Spackman and Harriet Watts, presented by &Company. The project explores how we choose to use and activate public space in our cities by participating in International PARK(ing) Day 2010,

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