An Haute Local Furniture Collection Inspired By Togetherness

The ‘Comoda’ sofa is the newest furniture range released by multi-hyphenate design studio, Biasol. Led by interior designer Jean-Pierre Biasol, the firm’s latest (and comfiest!) addition is inspired by togetherness.

Jean-Pierre studied in Europe before establishing his Melbourne-based practice in 2012, bringing his Continental training with him.

‘We wanted to create a statement piece with European flair, filtered through our Australian design sensibilities,’ he explains of the ‘Comoda‘ collection. Named after the feminine conjugation of the Italian word for ‘comfortable’, the Comoda sofa’s sensuous, curved design nods to the 1970s as the heyday of sculptural furniture, while simultaneously exuding a timeless look. Another nod to the late modernist era is the modular element of the range, allowing for ultimate flexibility. Characterised by its precise contours and generous proportions, the sofa is available in a curated selection of quality fabrics and leathers.

It’s this ultimate balance

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A Spectacular, Art-Filled Home In Melbourne’s Outer Suburbs

When the owners of this sprawling home in the Melbourne suburb of Park Orchards engaged Chelsea Hing to complete an interior scheme, she was pleasantly surprised to inherit a great architectural footprint to work within.

‘The layout and scale of the house was fantastic, but the interior was a little lacklustre – white plaster walls, white laminate kitchen,’ she describes. Despite its excellent bones, the building was in need of an injection of colour and personality to really feel like home.

Chelsea had worked with these clients before (remember this amazing house in the Yarra Valley?), so she drew on their good working relationship and previous projects when conceptualising the new design. This house was to be a continuation of the modern Australian aesthetic realised in the Yarra Valley House, but elevated in a contemporary way. In addition to this, there was a desire for the space to be the

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