Ryoji Ikeda’s Spectra light installation, shooting search lights 15kms into the sky above Hobart, as part of MONA’s Beam In Thine Own Eye exhibition.
Read our interview about the installation – as well as MONA’s Dark Mofo festival and new exhibition The Red Queen – with curators Nicole Durling and Olivier Varenne.
Photograph by Rémi Chauvin.

Ryoji Ikeda’s Spectra light installation, shooting search lights 15kms into the sky above Hobart, as part of MONA’s Beam In Thine Own Eye exhibition.

Read our interview about the installation – as well as MONA’s Dark Mofo festival and new exhibition The Red Queen – with curators Nicole Durling and Olivier Varenne.

Photograph by Rémi Chauvin.

Jacqueline Morabito’s eye for detail is clear in this interior, which preserves the patina of the French château’s original 19th-century paintwork and adds character with a vintage French merry-go-round seat, custom-designed chandelier and photograph by Anja Niemi.
From ‘French Connection’, a story on page 128 of Vogue Living May/June 2013.
Photograph by Martin Morrell.

Jacqueline Morabito’s eye for detail is clear in this interior, which preserves the patina of the French château’s original 19th-century paintwork and adds character with a vintage French merry-go-round seat, custom-designed chandelier and photograph by Anja Niemi.

From ‘French Connection’, a story on page 128 of Vogue Living May/June 2013.

Photograph by Martin Morrell.

Big-Game ‘Link’ and ‘Bold’ chairs, François Azambourg ‘Petit Gigue’ chair and ‘Le Belle et le Clochard’ table all feature in this vibrant kitchen and dining space. On a benchtop by Crasset is Ineke Hans’ Sugarcandy Mountain sculpture.
From ‘Bright Future’, a story on page 120 of Vogue Living May/June 2013.
Photograph by Birgitta Wolfgang Drejer.

Big-Game ‘Link’ and ‘Bold’ chairs, François Azambourg ‘Petit Gigue’ chair and ‘Le Belle et le Clochard’ table all feature in this vibrant kitchen and dining space. On a benchtop by Crasset is Ineke Hans’ Sugarcandy Mountain sculpture.

From ‘Bright Future’, a story on page 120 of Vogue Living May/June 2013.

Photograph by Birgitta Wolfgang Drejer.