Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Sunday, March 27, 2011
Rosettas for Relief - March 30th at Market Lane, 6:30pm.
Market Lane Coffee will open their doors tomorrow on their day off to host a Cup of Relief. Toshi and a host of other volunteers will be behind the machines with all proceeds will be donated to the victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
Market Lane will also be hosting the follow up Rosettas for Relief event on March 30th, donating all proceeds to the victims of these tragic events.
Help Japan posters by Signalnoise
Signalnoise are producing these stunning 'Help Japan' posters. 18" x 24" high quality digital print on white tone semi-gloss poster stock. Ships in reinforced mail tube. The poster costs $29.99 with all profits donated to Japanese disaster relief following the 8.9 earthquake on March 11.
Posted by Claire Larritt-Evans at Sunday, March 27, 2011
Friday, March 25, 2011
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Posted by Claire Larritt-Evans at Thursday, March 10, 2011
Sunday, March 6, 2011
I fly out tonight to begin work on my first international project located in Fuzhou, China. I'm beyond thrilled and excited...it's a whirlwind site visit, so I'll be offline for the week. Catch you back here on Friday.
Photography Tony Mott
Client: Fenton and Fenton
Posted by Claire Larritt-Evans at Sunday, March 06, 2011
Thursday, March 3, 2011
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
I am currently designing a small speciality coffee roastery in Fuzhou, China. I leave on Monday to do a little reccy and lock in floor plans. The building the cafe will be housed in is from 1912, it's the old YMCA building, it's a brick building and I have 2 stories to work with. So far I have seen only photos of the space - this photo in particular is exciting to me, it's of the terrace on the 4th floor. This tree growing through the bricks is just breath-taking. I'm definitely having a 'pinch me' moment with this job. x
A lot of kids furniture around is pretty naff, so I was very happy to find these cute and colourful (and gender neutral) sofas for kids. Designed and manufactured in Melbourne (double tick) these modular couches mean you can mix and match pieces to create your own layout and design. The patterns will hide any thrills and spills (I can't say the same for my cream couch) and would think you could make some pretty sick forts too!
Pop over the Noosh website for more details.