The Construction Specialist Turned Conceptual Sculptor!

At pretty much the exact time Hailey Atkins developed an interest in art, she also became a construction specialist. Her love for creating art and an interest in designing homes blossomed simultaneously, and Hailey went straight into drafting and building design from high school. 

Despite loving that job, the creative impulse would not subside, and Hailey ended up studying a Bachelor of Fine Art at Queensland College of Art while she continued her work at a roofing company. ‘Initially I had planned to major in printmaking, but I ended up thriving in the sculpture department where the possibilities seemed endless,’ she says. ‘The boundaries are very flimsy and so there’s a lot of room to play.’

Hailey uses industrial materials such as concrete, plaster, joint finisher, timber, steel to create her structures, as well everyday materials like paper and textiles or discarded construction debris. These are mulched, squeezed and

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From Unliveable To Unbelievable!

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Architecture

by Amelia Barnes

Flos ‘String’ pendant light from Euroluce. Mark Tuckey ‘Tripod’ dining table. Cassina ‘412 Cab’ chairs from Cult. Photo – Eve Wilson. Styling – Larritt-Evans

 Gebrüder Thonet Vienna GmbH ‘Curve’ barstools from Space. Photo – Eve Wilson. Styling – Larritt-Evans

Cassina ‘412 Cab’ chairs from Cult. Photo – Eve Wilson. Styling – Larritt-Evans

B&B Italia Tufty-Time Sofa from Space. B&B Italian ‘Le Bambole 07’ sofa from Space. ‘Oxo’ coffee table from Mark Tuckey. Moroccan rug by Beni Ouarain from Loom. Photo – Eve Wilson. Styling – Larritt-Evans

Right: B&B Italia Tufty-Time Sofa from Space. B&B Italian ‘Le Bambole 07’ sofa from Space. ‘Oxo’ coffee table from Mark Tuckey. Moroccan rug by Beni Ouarain from Loom. Photo – Eve Wilson. Styling – Larritt-Evans.

Vibia ‘Wireflow 0300’ pendant

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