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A Life Individual · Andrew Parr

A Life Individual

Lucy Feagins
Thursday 23rd February 2017

SO CHUFFED to launch something new today!

Over the past few months, we have been working on a new collaboration with Space, which has seen us visit and document a handful of truly unique Australian homes in a new way.

A Life Individual’ is a new video series which celebrates a diverse group of Space clients – people from all walks of life (designers, artists, stylists, surgeons!) who share a passion for great design, and an inherent understanding of what makes a uniquely personal home.

Through documenting these homes, each film tells a story about the inspiring folk who live here, how they live, and the furniture, artwork, lighting and objects they’ve collected along the way.

First up, we meet respected interior designer and co-director of SJB, Andrew Parr and his partner Stacey Pavlou, a hair salon owner, at the house they share in Blairgowrie. This very special home has been expertly updated by this creative pair, with an emphasis on bold colour, and a nod to the bright optimism of Melbourne in the 1950s.

Discover more on the Space blog – More Space.

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