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DESIGN-MADE. // SUNSTUDIOS

42 Maddox Street

Alexandria, NSW 2015

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Join us for a special experience as Melbourne Architect Claire Scorpo reveals the origins of STITCHFIELD, a site-specific installation originally commissioned by Design Tasmania, recreated exclusively for DESIGN-MADE.

TALK & WORKSHOP

Limited spaces are available for each session, reserve your ticket now and attend for free.

Each talk includes a rare opportunity join this contemporary making session, with visitors able to help build this very special crafted design installation.

ABOUT STITCHFIELD

STITCHFIELD uses brass components that fit and fold together in a non-prescribed pattern to create a suspended metallic weave that floats suspended above the SUNSTUDIOS Atrium.

The circular components, and the possibilities of endless formations celebrate the often undervalued ‘Knitting Circle’ and similar maker gatherings; sites of knowledge transfer and collaboration.

Originally STITCHFIELD was woven by different groups of women during Women in Design 2016, and debuts in Sydney with thanks to our friends at Design Tasmania.

For the first time Sydney visitors can have the opportunity for conversation and company through making as they can get hands-on with this interactive making installation.

The natural brass allows the fingerprints of the makers to be embedded within the piece through its assembly, contributing to its raw beauty.

STITCHFIELD Features in the SUNSTUDIOS Atrium at the Febrik Lounge, at the entrance 42 Maddox Street, Alexandria 2015.

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ABOUT THE CREATORS

CLAIRE SCORPO, director of Claire Scorpo Architects (est 2014)

Working across all projects, Claire Scorpo leads the design and consultation process with a grounded approach anchored by the belief that the external environment and landscape must shape the way we plan our living spaces.

Passionate about achieving ideal outcomes on modest budgets, Claire also strives to maximize opportunities within tight urban sites.

As well as directing the practice, Claire maintains a strong interest in developing new models for affordable housing, engaging developers and investors to improve access to housing in Australian cities.

A committed educator, she leads a studio at the RMIT School of Design, and is an active member of the Australian Institute of Architects. Claire’s work has been exhibited and awarded nationally. // @ClaireScorpo

ELLIAT RICH, inter-disciplinary designer

Based in Alice Springs, Central Australia, Elliat Rich works across a broad-spectrum of design for a diverse client base. Her practice spans cross-cultural resources, exhibition design, public art and furniture, product development, one-off exhibition and limited run objects.

Rich completed her Bachelor of Design at the College of Fine Arts, UNSW with first class honours in 2006. In 2014 her and her partner launched Elbowrkshp, a studio, retail space and workshop that they share with other creative professionals, with all projects aligned with an ethical imperative to increase equality between people and species.

In 2017 Elliat was the recipient of the AFDA (Australian Furniture Design Award), supported by Jam Factory Adelaide and STYLECRAFT Furniture. The award will enable Elliat to launch a furniture collection with STYLECRAFT to be sold and marketed nationally. // @Elbowrkshp

ABOUT DESIGN TASMANIA

Design Tasmania is a not-for profit organisation that promotes and guides designers and master artisans on local, national and international platforms. Supporting beautiful workmanship enables us to imagine an inspired future where ideas are realised and individuals are empowered. // designtasmania.com.au @designtasmania

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