A Mid-Century Inspired New-Build That Looks The Real Deal! – The Design Files

When a young family of six outgrew their existing 1970s home in Brighton East, they engaged InForm to design something more appropriate, but with a similar feel.

The family admired the densely-planted central courtyard of their original house, and specified an interpretation of this in their new home.

In response, InForm designed a double-storey brick volume to the south of the site (housing all bedrooms), with a contrasting single-storey, timber and glass structure (containing the main living areas) reminiscent of mid-century architecture  wrapping around the rear.

Separating the two structures is the new central courtyard with a pond designed by Eckersley Garden Architecture. A further garden with a pool, dining area and pavilion occupies the backyard. 

‘The house pivots around a central courtyard, which helps to divide and give order to the internal program,’ says Ross Berger, design director at Pleysier Perkins – the architects behind every InForm project. 

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10 Unmissable Exhibitions To See In 2021!

10 Unmissable Exhibitions To See In 2021!


by Sasha Gattermayr

Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future at the Solomon R. Guggenheim in New York. Photo – David Heald.

Left: The Ten Largest, Group IV, No. 3, Youth by Hilma af Klint, 1907. Right: Group IX/UW, The Dove No.2 by Hilma af Klint 1915.

Hilma af Klint: The Secret Paintings
12th June – 19th September 2021
Art Gallery of New South Wales

You might recognise the pastel tones and soft, mystical forms of Swedish visionary Hilma af Klint. The 2019 exhibition of her newly discovered paintings at New York’s Guggenheim drew record-breaking crowds, and was broadcast all over Instagram. But nothing substitutes for the real thing!

The 100 works that comprise The Secret Paintings will premiere in the Asia Pacific at the Art Gallery of New South Wales this winter, which will be the first major survey of

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