Architecture & Interiors: Fieldwork Architects
Lighting: Rakumba featuring Tom Fereday, Nikolai Kotlarczyk & Archier
Artwork: Boom Gallery featuring Kasper Raglus & Anita Beaney 
Ceramics: Ghost Wares
Linens: In the Sac
Photography: Derek Swalwell

The Elwood Home, designed by Fieldwork Architects is one of four townhouses that sit along the Elster canal. Built atop the traditional lands of the Yaluk-ut Weelam Clan, the home elegantly captures the heritage of the site and it’s surroundings, referencing the myriad of tones and textures found right outside it’s door. This home celebrates Australian design and craftsmanship through carefully selected furniture and accessories from celebrated creatives across Australia. The homeowners looked to Melbourne studio Kett to fully furnish the home.

Kett is headed up by designer Justin Hutchinson. Kett celebrates the essence of Australian landscapes and translates them into-distinctive furniture collections with a clear story of place. Kett create unique furniture collections that are honest in their use of materials and united in their craft, with a focus on Australian design and manufacturing. Accessories used throughout the home include stunning artworks from Boom Gallery, ceramics from Ghost Wares, lighting from Rakumba and linens from In The Sac.

This selection of brands communicates the ongoing importance of recognising the beauty Australia has to offer through both its landscapes and creatives. The finishes of this home celebrate an Australian ethos and aesthetic, with and an incredible level of precision taken from design through to execution. Modern Australian living has been perfectly executed within this property, and it’s one that Kett is proud to have been a part of.


Cosh Living products featured in this project:

Erskine Coffee Table in Natural (coming soon)
Erskine Sofa in Wool Boucle

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