Modernist Australia Interiors

Modernism is one of the most informed and considered design movements. It means stripped back interiors, such as absence of decorative design details like ceiling roses or skirting. Experimental and innovative artwork can enhance this modernist philosophy.
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Top Ten Australian Homes of 2016 · Emma Williamson and Kieran Wong - The Design Files | Australia's most popular design blog.

Emma Williamson and Kieran Wong in the garden of their Fremantle home with their children Rupert, Milo and Jemima. Photo – Angelita Bonetti for The Design Files.

John Coburn

John Coburn

Robyn Gordon 'Untitled (Ocean and Rock)' - screenprint on paper

Robyn Gordon 'Untitled (Ocean and Rock)' - screenprint on paper

Robyn Gordon 'Spring Estuary' - screenprint on paper

Robyn Gordon 'Spring Estuary' - screenprint on paper

Mitjili Napurrula

Mitjili Napurrula

Margaret Preston 'Fuchsia' - Reproduction print on paper

Margaret Preston 'Fuchsia' - Reproduction print on paper

Alma Kalaju Webou 'Pinkalarta' - Reproduction print on paper

Alma Kalaju Webou 'Pinkalarta' - Reproduction print on paper

Clifton Pugh 'The Drover' - Etching

Clifton Pugh 'The Drover' - Etching

Clifton Pugh 'Presence of a Dingo'

Clifton Pugh 'Presence of a Dingo'

Alun Leach-Jones 'Voyager (Mulberry)' - screenprint on paper

Alun Leach-Jones 'Voyager (Mulberry)' - screenprint on paper

Alun Leach-Jones 'Voyager (Green)' - screenprint on paper

Alun Leach-Jones 'Voyager (Green)' - screenprint on paper

Alun Leach-Jones 'Music of Colours I' - screenprint on paper

Alun Leach-Jones 'Music of Colours I' - screenprint on paper

Alun Leach-Jones 'Music of Colours II' - screenprint on paper

Alun Leach-Jones 'Music of Colours II' - screenprint on paper

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